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BIBLIOGRAPHY 

OF 

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE 

^ ^ ^ 

COMPILED BY NINA E. BROWNE 

^ ^ ^ 

WITH A PHOTOGRAVURE PORTRAIT 




BOSTON AND NEW YORK 
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & COMPANY 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 
HAWTHORNE 

JxIessrs. Houghton, Mifflin and Company 
beg to announce the publication of the first de- 
finitive BibHography of Hawthorne's scattered 
and multitudinous writings. Miss Browne, who 
is Secretary of the American Library Association 
Publishing Board, has been engaged on it for 
many years. It contains, along with the entry of 
Hawthorne's published work, whether in book 
form or in old magazines or newspapers, every- 
thing that can be discovered in print about 
Hawthorne, in both books and periodicals. 
Much pains have been given to the arrangement 
to make it as helpful as possible, both to the 
literary worker, and to the collector. There 
has even been included a very full double-entry 
author and magazine index, which it is believed 
will be of special service to librarians and stu- 
dents. The volume is printed with great care on 
a beautiful all-rag paper (especially made for 
the book), with leaves entirely uncut, and bound 
in a smooth, dark English cloth, with paper 
label. The printing is on one side of the leaves 
only, the other remaining blank for any addi- 
tional notes or comments the owner may care to 



insert. It is a large octavo, uniform in size with 
the Large Paper Edition of Hawthorne's Works, 
published by Houghton, MiflGiin & Company in 
1900. 

The edition will consist of 550 numbered 
copies, of which 500 will be for sale at $5,00, net, 
postpaid. The plates will be destroyed on com- 
pletion and no other edition will be issued. 

The Publishers announce that they plan to 
follow the successful publication of this work 
with the issue of similar exhaustive bibliograph- 
ies of other great American authors : Lowell, 
Emerson, Holmes, Whittier, Thoreau, and Long- 
fellow. These volumes should be of the greatest 
value to booklovers and collectors, and to all 
libraries of importance. Subscriptions will be 
received from those interested not only for the 
Hawthorne but for the entire series. 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY 
OF 
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 

NATHANIEL HAWTHOENE 

COMPILED BY NINA E. BROWNE 




BOSTON AND NEW YORK 

HOUGHTON. MIFFLIN AND COMPANY 

MDCCCCV 



COPYRIGHT 1905 BY HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO. 
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 

FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES PRINTED 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Preface vii 

Explanations ix 

Chronological List of Hawthorne's Works . 3 
Pseudonyms used by Hawthorne . . . 5 

Bibliographies of Hawthorne . . . . 6 

Collected Works 8 

Separate Works 25 

Translations 96 

Dramatizations 100 

Biography and Criticism ..... 101 
Lives, Diaries, and Letters . . . .101 
Biographical and Critical Sketches, Mis- 
cellaneous 104 

Poems 136 

Alphabetical List of Hawthorne's Works . 139 
Index to Authors and Magazines cited . . 149 



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PREFACE 

In making public this Bibliography of Hawthorne 
the compiler asks pardon for paraphrasing Miles 
Coverdale's reflection about Zenobia and apply- 
ing the paraphrase to her work. With all its 
faults, which may be a great many besides the 
abundance that she knows of, this Bibliography, 
she trusts, will possess features of timeliness and 
usefulness which may at least be valuable while 
new. 

The Bibliography represents work covering 
some sixteen years. It was begun in 1888 to ful- 
fill a requirement for graduation at the Library 
School of Columbia College, but it was not pre- 
sented for a degree until 1891, when the school 
had been transferred to the University of the State 
of New York. Thereafter the subject, which had 
originally been selected because there existed 
no published Bibliography of Hawthorne, be- 
came so fascinating in itself that work upon it 
has continued to occupy as much of the compil- 
er's time as could be spared to it. The centenary 
of Hawthorne so widely observed last summer 
has aroused such interest in all that pertains to 
Hawthorne that the present has been thought an 
auspicious time for making available to the pub- 
lic the mass of material so collected. 



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No work of this kind can be final, but it may 
be truly said that everything which came within 
the compiler's ken has been noted, although cer- 
tain modern unauthorized editions have been 
omitted here as being of too little value either to 
collectors or librarians to warrant inclusion. 
To render the Bibliography a practicable tool 
in all libraries, small as well as large, the refer- 
ences given in Poole's Index have been included, 
besides many references to periodical literature 
not there cited. Many details have also been 
included that will, it is hoped, make the work of 
particular value to collectors. 

Grateful acknowledgments are here offered to 
many libraries and librarians from whom aid has 
been asked and obtained ; to the publishers of 
Hawthorne's works for data concerning editions; 
to the Grolier Club of New York for permission 
to make use of their Catalogue of First Editions 
of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne for verifi- 
cation of details regarding the outward appear- 
ance of some of the first editions ; and especially 
to Mr. P. K. Foley, who has read the proofs. 



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EXPLANATIONS 



The descriptive tenns used in the Bibliography are 
those ordinarily found in works of this character, with 
one exception. 

The old fold symbol to indicate the size of a book no 
longer having its original meaning in showing the real size, 
the notation of the modem trade bibliographies has been 
used throughout, as being more useful. 
12.5 to 15 cm. 

Height of 

books 
have for 
symbols 



15 


17.5 


17.5 


20 


20 


25 


25 


30 


30 





T 24mo 

S 16mo 

D 12mo 

O 8vo 

Q 4to 

F Folio 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 



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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF 
HAWTHORNE'S WORKS 

1828 Fanshawe. Boston. 

1836 American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, v. 2. Bos- 

ton. 

1837 Peter Parley's Universal History. Boston. 
Twice-Told Tales. Boston. 

1838 Time's Portraiture. Salem. 

1839 The Sister Years. Salem. 
The Gentle Boy. Boston. 

1841 Grandfather's Chair. Boston. 
Famous Old People. Boston. 
Liberty Tree. Boston. 

1842 Biographical Stories. Boston. 
Historical Tales for Youth. Boston. 
Twice-Told Tales, 2 v. Boston. 

Samuel Johnson. The Sunday School Society's Gift. 
Boston. 

1843 The Celestial Railroad. Boston. 

A Visit to the Celestial City. Philadelphia. 

1845 Journal of an African Cruiser. New York. 

1846 Mosses from an Old Manse. New York. 

1850 The Scarlet Letter. Boston. 

1851 The House of the Seven Gables. Boston. 

True Stories from History and Biography. Boston. 
The Snow-Lnage. London. 

1852 The Blithedale Romance. Boston. 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys. Boston. 
Life of Frankhn Pierce. Boston. 

1853 Tanglewood Tales. Boston. 

1857 A Rill from the Town Pump. London. 
1860 The Marble Faun. Boston. 



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1863 Our Old Home. Boston. 

1864 The Snow-Image. New York. 
Pansie. London. 

1868 American Note-Books. Boston. 

1870 English Note-Books. Boston. 

1871 French and Italian Note-Books. London. 

1872 Septimius Felton. Boston. 
1876 The Dolliver Romance. Boston. 

Fanshawe. Boston. 
1883 Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. Boston. 
Sketches and Studies. Boston. 
Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers. Boston. 



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PSEUDONYMS USED BY NATHANIEL 
HAWTHORNE 

Oberon. 

A name frequently signed to letters. 

Ashley Allen Royce, or Rev. A. A. Royce. 

Used in the Salem Gazette, New England Magazine, 
American Monthly Magazine, Boston Token, and 
in the Democratic Review as late as 1840. 

AUBEPINE. 

In the Democratic Review, the story Rappaccini's 
Daughter was entitled The Writings of Aubepine. 
Joseph Nicholson. 

This name is signed to the story. The Haunted 
Quack, attributed to Hawthorne. 

Hawthorne also signed various initials. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF HAWTHORNE 

Anderson, John Parker. Bibliography of Hawthorne. 

In Conway, M. D. Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 
1890, appendix, pp. 1-13. 

Arnold, William Harris. First Editions of Hawthorne. 
In his First Editions of Bryant, Emerson, Hawthorne 
[etc.], 1901, pp. 21-29. 

Fields, Mrs. Annie (Adams). Bibliography of Hawthorne. 
In her Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1899, pp. 133-136 (Bea- 
con Biographies). 

First Editions of Hawthorne. 

In Literary Collector, August, 1904, v. 8, pp. 109- 
116. 

Foley, Patrick Kevin. Bibliography of Hawthorne. 

In his American Authors, 1795-1895, a Bibliography 
of First and Notable Editions chronologically ar- 
ranged, with Notes. 1897, pp. 117-121. 

Grolier Club. First Editions of the Works of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne, together with some Manuscripts, Letters, 
and Portraits exhibited at the GroUer Club from De- 
cember 8 to December 24, 1904. 7+69 pp. D. New 
York, Grolier Club. 1904. 

HoDGKiNS, Louise Manning. Guide to the Study of Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 

In her Guide to the Study of Nineteenth Century 
Authors, 1890, part 2, pp. 15-20. 
Jones, Gardner Maynard. Nathaniel Hawthorne; a 
Complete List of Hawthorne's Writings, with Full 
Contents, and of Books and Magazine Articles about 
Hawthorne. 

In Salem Public Library. Bulletin, October, 1891, 
V. 1, pp. 46-48. 



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Jones, Gardner Maynard. Special Reading Lists. Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 

In Salem Public Library. Bulletin, September, 1899, 
V. 5, pp. 20-24. 

In Salem Public Library. Bulletin, June, 1904, v. 7, 
pp. 55-56. 

Paltsits, Victor Hugo. List of Books, etc., by and relating 
to Nathaniel Hawthorne, prepared as an exhibition 
[at the Lenox Library, New York, July-August, 1904], 
to commemorate the Centenary of his Birth. 
In New York PubKc Library. Bulletin, July, 1904, 
V. 8, pp. 312-322. 

Stone, Herbert Stuart. [First editions of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne.] 

In his First Editions of American Authors of 1893, 
pp. 91-94. 

Williamson, G. M. Bibliography of the Writings of Haw- 
thorne. 

In Book Buyer, October-November, 1897, v. 15, 
pp. 218-220, 326-327. 
Gives dates and collations of first editions. 

The Rowfant Club, Cleveland, O., is about to issue a 
privately printed bibliography of Hawthorne, com- 
piled by W. H. Cathcart. 



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COLLECTED WORKS OF HAWTHORNE 

The earliest account of a collected edition is in 
1864, when an edition was advertised as the Tinted 
Edition. The compiler has found no volumes 
bearing such a name. The first edition bearing on 
the volumes a special name is the 

Illustrated Library Edition. 

12 V. 24 illus. D. Boston, James R, Osgood & 
Go. 1871-1876. 

Contents 

Twice-Told Tales 

Mosses from an Old Manse 

The Scarlet Letter, and BKthedale Romance 

The House of the Seven Gables 

The Marble Faun 

English Note-Books 

American Note-Books 

French and Italian Note-Books 

Our Old Home, and Septimius Felton 

A Wonder-Book, and Grandfather's Chair 

Tanglewood Tales, and Biographical Sketches 

Fanshawe 
In 1882 an index volume was added. 

Little Classic Edition. 

23 V. illus. S. Boston, James R, Osgood & Co. 

1875-1876. 

In 1882 an index volume was added, which included a 

Life of Hawthorne; and in 1883 a volume of Sketches 

and Studies, making the present Little Classic Edition of 

25 volumes. 



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This edition was not at first known by the name Little 
Classic, but that name was attached to it later. It is the 
first collected edition made from new plates. 
Contents - 

Twice-Told Tales. 2 v. 

The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 2 v. 

The Scarlet Letter 

The House of the Seven Gables 

The Blithedale Romance 

The Marble Faun. 2 v. 

Our Old Home 

True Stories from History and Biography 
Grandfather's Chair 
Biographical Stories 

A Wonder-Book 

Tanglewood Tales 

American Note-Books. 2 v. 

English Note-Books. 2 v. 

French and ItaUan Note-Books. 2 v. 

Septimius Felton 

Fanshawe, and Biographical Sketches 

The DolKver Romance, and Other Pieces 
A Scene from the DoUiver Romance 
Another Scene from the Dolliver Romance 
Another Fragment of the DoUiver Romance 

Sketches from Memory 
I The Inland Port 

II Rochester 

III A Night Scene 
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man 

I 

II My Home Return 
My Visit to Niagara 
The Antique Ring 



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Graves and Goblins 

Dr. Bullivant 

A Book of Autographs 

An Old Woman's Tale 

Time's Portraiture 

"Browne's Folly" 
Sketches and Studies 

Life of Franklin Pierce 

Chiefly about War Matters 

Alice Doane's Appeal 

The Ancestral Footstep 
Analytical Index and Sketch of Hawthorne's Life 

Fireside Edition. 

12 V. M illus. D. Boston, Houghton, Osgood & 
Co. 1879. 

Contents. Same as the Illustrated Library Edition. 
In 1882 an index volume was added. 

Globe Edition. 

6 V. 24 lUus. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co. 1880. 

Contents. Same as the Blustrated Library Edition. 

Seven impressions were made from the plates of the 
Library Edition. 

Large Paper Edition. 

Complete Works, with Introductory Notes by 
George P. Lathrop, and Illustrated with Etch- 
ings by Blum, Church, etc. 
12 V. portrait, plates, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1883. 

Each volume contains a full-page etching and a smaller 
etching on the title-page. This edition is printed from 
new plates. 



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Riverside Edition. 

12 V. portrait, plates, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin <fc Co. 1883. 

Printed from the plates of the Large Paper Edition. 

In 1889 Dr. Grimshawe's Secret was added, making the 

13 volumes of the present edition. 

Contents 
Vol. 1. Twice-Told Tales 
Vol. 2. Mosses from an Old Manse 
Vol. 3. The House of the Seven Gables 

The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales 
The Snow-Image 
The Great Stone Face 
Main Street 
Ethan Brand 
A Bell's Biography 
Sylph Etherege 
The Canterbury Pilgrims 
Old News 
I 

II The Old French War 
m The Old Tory 
The Man of Adamant 
The Devil in Manuscript 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving 
Old Ticonderoga 
The Wives of the Dead 
Little Daffydowndilly 
My Kinsman, Major Molineux 
Vol. 4. A Wonder-Book 
Tanglewood Tales 
Grandfather's Chair 
Vol. 5. The Scarlet Letter 

The Blithedale Romance 
Vol 6. The Marble Faun 



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Vols. 7-8. Our Old Home 
English Note-Books 
Vol. 9. American Note-Books 
Vol. 10. French and Italian Note-Books 
Vol. 11. The Dolliver Romance 

A Scene from the Dolliver Romance 
Another Scene from the DolUver Romance 
Another Fragment of the Dolliver Romance 
Fanshawe 
Septimius Felton 
The Ancestral Footstep 
Vol. 12. Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers 
Sketches from Memory 
I Inland Port 
n Rochester 
m A Night Scene 
Fragments from the Journal of a Sohtary 
Man 
I 

n My Home Return 
My Visit to Niagara 
The Antique Ring 
Graves and Goblins 
Dr. BuUivant 
A Book of Autographs 
An Old Woman's Tale 
Time's Portraiture 
"Browne's Folly" 
Biographical Stories 
Benjamin West 
Sir Isaac Newton 
Samuel Johnson 
Oliver Cromwell 
Benjamin Franklin 
Queen Christina 
Biographical Sketches 



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Mrs. Hutchinson 
Sir William Phips 
Sir William Pepperell 
Thomas Green Fessenden 
Jonathan Cilley 
Alice Doane's Appeal 
Chiefly About War Matters 
Life of Franklin Pierce 
Sketch of the Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne 
[by G. P. Lathrop] 
Vol.13. Dr. Grimshawe's Secret, edited by Julian 
Hawthorne 
The etchings included in the Riverside Edition were put 
together with a bit of text and issued in 1883 as the 
Hawthorne Portfolio. 

Wayside Edition. 

24 V. portrait, plates, D. Boston, Houghton^ 
Mifflin & Co. 1884. 

Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition, but 
bound in 24 volumes instead of in 12. Each volume has as 
a frontispiece either the full-page etching of the Riverside 
Edition or the vignette from the title-page. 
Contents. Same as the Riverside Edition. 

Globe Edition. 

6 V. S. New York, T. Y. Crowell & Co, 1884. 
This is made of the sheets of the Globe Edition printed by 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

Complete Works. 

12 V. O. London, Kegan Paul 1884-1885. 
This is made of the sheets of the Riverside Edition. 

New Fireside Edition. 

6 V. illus. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1886. 



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Five impressions were made from the plates of the 
Globe Edition of 1880. 

Popular Edition. 

8 V. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1891. 

Three impressions on thin paper from the plates of the 
Little Classic Edition. 
Contents 
Vol. 1. Twice-Told Tales, etc. 

The House of the Seven Gables 
Vol. 2. Mosses from an Old Manse 

The Blithedale Romance 
Vol. 3. The Scarlet Letter 
The Marble Faun 
Vol. 4. The Snow-Lnage 
Septimius Felton 
Fanshawe 

The Dolliver Romance, and Other Pieces 
A Scene from The Dolliver Romance 
Another Scene from The Dolliver Romance 
Another Fragment of The Dolliver Romance 
Sketches from Memory 
Inland Port 
Rochester 
A Night Scene 
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man 
I 

n My Return Home 
My Visit to Niagara 
The Antique Ring 
Graves and Goblins 
Dr. Bullivant 
A Book of Autographs 
An Old Woman's Tale 
Time's Portraiture 
"Browne's Folly" 



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Vol. 5. True Stories from History and Biography 
A Wonder-Book 
Tanglewood Tales 
Vol. 6. American Note-Books 

Our Old Home 
Vol. 7. English Note-Books 
Vol. 8. French and ItaUan Note-Books 
Sketches and Studies 
Life of Franklin Pierce 
Chiefly about War Matters 
AKce Doane's Appeal 
An Ancestral Footstep 

Standard Library Edition. 

15 V. 35 etchings, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co. 1891. 

Same as the Riverside Edition, with the addition of the 
two volumes of Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife, by 
Juhan Hawthorne. 

Works. Frontispiece by Walter Crane. 

12 V. plate, O. London, Walter Scott, 1894. 
Contents 
The Scarlet Letter 
The House of the Seven Gables 
Twice-Told Tales 
Our Old Home 
Mosses from an Old Manse 
Tanglewood Tales 
Snow-Image 
True Stories 
Blithedale Romance 
Legends 

Concord Edition. 

25 V. 3 portraits, 22 plates, S. Boston, Houghton 
Mifflin & Co. 1899. 



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Printed from the plates of the Little Classic Edition, on 
thinner paper, with wider margins, and generally more 
attractive. 

Contents, Same as the Little Classic Edition. 
Autograph Edition. 

22 V. 139 plates, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
&Co, 1900. 

This edition, with Introduction by Rose Hawthorne 
Lathrop, and Bibliography by H. E. Scudder, was lim- 
ited to 500 copies. Each copy contains the autographs 
of Mrs. Lathrop and the artists. 
Contents. See Old Manse Edition. 

A large paper edition was also issued, limited to 500 
copies. In this the autographs do not appear. 

New Wayside Edition. 

13 V. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

1902. 

Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition, on thin 

paper and with narrow margins. 

Contents, Same as the Riverside Edition. 
Romances. 

Illustrated by Garrett, Merrill, Copeland, etc. 
7 V. portrait, plates, O. New York, T. Y. 
Crowell & Co, 1902. 
Contents 

The BHthedale Romance 

The Snow-Image and Other Twice-Told Tales, being 
a Second Wonder-Book 

Fanshawe 

Grandfather's Chair 

The House of the Seven Gables 

The Scarlet Letter 



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The Marble Faun. 2 v. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 2 v. 

Twice-Told Tales. 2 v. 

A Wonder-Book 

Tanglewood Tales 
There are two editions printed from the same plates, 
one called the Popular, the other the Library Edition. 

Lenox Edition. 

Works, with Introductions by Katharine Lee 
Bates. 14 v. illus. portrait, D. New York, T, Y . 
Crowell & Co. 1902. 
Contents 

Vols. 1-2. Twice-Told Tales 

Vols. 3-4. Mosses from an Old Manse 

Vol. 5. The Scarlet Letter 

Vol. 6. The House of the Seven Gables 

Vol. 7. A Wonder-Book 

Vol. 8. Tanglewood Tales 

Vol. 9. The Snow Image 

Vol. 10. The BUthedale Romance 

Vol. 11-12. The Marble Faun 

Vol. 13. Biographical Sketches, and Fanshawe 

Vol. 14. The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair, 
including Biographical Stories 

New England Romances. 

713 pp. portrait, S. London, George Newnes ; 
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons (imported). 
1904. (Caxton Thin Paper Classics.) 

Contents 
The Scarlet Letter 
The House of the Seven Gables 
The BUthedale Romance 

Tales, with Introduction by Frank Mathew. 



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New York, Cassell& (7o.l904. (Cassell's Handy 
Classics, no, 25.) 

Old Manse Edition. 

22 V. plates, D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1904. 

Printed from the plates of the Autograph Edition. 
Contents 
Vol. 1. Twice-Told Tales, i 

The Gray Champion 

Sunday at Home 

The Wedding Knell 

The Minister's Black Veil 

The Maypole of Merry Mount 

The Gentle Boy 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe 

Little Annie's Ramble 

Wakefield 

A Rill from the Town Pump 

The Great Carbuncle 

The Prophetic Pictures 

David Swan 

Sights from a Steeple 

The Hollow of the Three Hills 

The Toll-Gatherer's Day 

The Vision of the Fountain 

Fancy's Show-Box 

Dr. Heidegger's Experiment 
Vol. 2. Twice-Told Tales, ii 

Legends of the Province House 
I Howe's Masquerade 
II Edward Randolph's Portrait 

III Lady Eleanore's Mantle 

IV Old Esther Dudley 
The Haunted Mind 
The Village Uncle 



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The Ambitious Guest 

The Sister Years 

Snowflakes 

The Seven Vagabonds 

The White Old Maid 

Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure 

Chippings with a Chisel 

The Shaker Bridal 

Night Sketches 

Endicott and the Red Cross 

The Lily's Quest 

Footprints on the Seashore 

Edward Fane's Rosebud 

The Threefold Destiny 
Vol. 3. The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales 

The Snow-Image: a Childish Miracle 

The Great Stone Face 

Main Street 

Ethan Brand 

A Bell's Biography 

Sylph Etherege 

The Canterbury Pilgrims 

Old News 
I Old News 

n The Old French War 
III The Old Tory 

The Man of Adamant 

The Devil in Manuscript 

John Inglefield's Thanksgiving 

Old Ticonderoga 

The Wives of the Dead 

Little Daffydowndilly 

My Kinsman, Major Molineux 
Vol. 4. Mosses from an Old Manse, i 

The Old Manse 

The Birthmark 



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A Select Party 
Young Goodman Brown 
Rappaccini's Daughter 
Mrs. Bullfrog 
Fire Worship 
Buds and Bird Voices 
Monsieur du Miroir 
The Hall of Fantasy 
The Celestial Railroad 
The Procession of Life 
Feathertop 
Vol. 5. Mosses from an Old Manse, ii 
The New Adam and Eve 
Egotism 

The Christmas Banquet 
Drowne's Wooden Image 
The Intelligence OflSce 
Roger Malvin's Burial 
P.'s Correspondence 
Earth's Holocaust 
Passages from a Relinquished Work 

At Home 

A Flight in the Fog 

A Fellow Traveller 

The Village Theatre 
Sketches from Memory 

The Notch of the White Mountains 

Our Evening Party among the Mountains 

The Canal Boat 
The Old Apple Dealer 
The Artist of the Beautiful 
A Virtuoso's Collection 
Vol. 6. The Scarlet Letter 
Vol. 7. The House of the Seven Gables 
Vol. 8. The BUthedale Romance 
Vols. 9-10. The Marble Faun 



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Vol. 11. Our Old Home 

Consular Experiences 
Leamington Spa 
About Warwick 

Recollections of a Gifted Woman 
Lichfield and Uttoxeter 
Pilgrimage to Old Boston 
Near Oxford 

Some of the Haunts of Burns 
A London Suburb 
Up the Thames 

Outside GUmpses of English Poverty 
Civic Banquets 
Vol. 12. The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair, 

and Biographical Stories 
Grandfather's Chair 
Biographical Stories 

Benjamin West 

Sir Isaac Newton 

Samuel Johnson 

Oliver Cromwell 

Benjamin Franklin 

Queen Christina 
Vol. 13. A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys, and 

Tanglewood Tales 
The Gorgon's Head 

Tanglewood Porch, Introductory to The 
, Gorgon's Head 

The Gorgon's Head 

Tanglewood Porch. After the Story 
The Golden Touch 

Shadow Brook. Introductory to The 
Golden Touch 

The Golden Touch 

Shadow Brook. After the Story 
The Paradise of Children 



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Vol. 13. Tanglewood Play-room. Introductory to 

The Paradise of Children 
The Paradise of Children 
Tanglewood Play-room. After the Story 
The Three Golden Apples ^ 

Tanglewopd Fireside. Introductory to 

The Three Golden Apples 
The Three Golden Apples 
Tanglewood Fireside. After the Story 
The Miraculous Pitcher 
The Hill-Side. Introductory to The Mirac- 
ulous Pitcher 
The Miraculous Pitcher 
The HiU-Side. After the Story 
The Chimsera 
Bald-Summit. Introductory to The Chi- 

msera 
The Chimsera 

Bald-Summit. After the Story 
Tanglewood Tales 
The Wayside 
The Minotaur 
The Pygmies 
The Dragon's Teeth 
Circe's Palace 
The Pomegranate Seeds 
The Golden Fleece 

Vol. 14. The Dolliver Romance, and Kindred Tales 
The Dolliver Romance 

A Scene from The Dolliver Romance 
Another Scene from The Dolliver Ro- 
mance 
Another Fragment of The Dolliver Ro- 
mance 
Septimius Felton ; or, The Elixir of Life 
Appendix: The Ancestral Footstep 



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Vol. 15. Doctor Grimshawe's Secret 
Vol. 16. Tales and Sketches 
Fanshawe 
The Antique Ring 
An OJd Woman's Tale 
Alice Doane's Appeal 
The Ghost of Doctor Harris 
Appendix 

The Young Provincial 

The Haunted Quack 

The New England Village 

The Bald Eagle 
Vol. 17. Miscellanies, Biographical and Othei 

Sketches and Letters 
Biographical Sketches 

Mrs. Hutchinson 

Sir William Phips 

Sir WiUiam Pepperell 

Thomas Green Fessenden 

Jonathan Cilley 
Life of Franklin Pierce 
Preface to Miss DeKa Bacon's work, 

The Philosophy of the Plays of Shake- 
I speare Unfolded 

Sketches and Essays 

An Ontario Steamboat 

Nature of Sleep 

Bells 

The Duston Family 

Hints to Young Ambition 

My Visit to Niagara 

Graves and Goblins 

Dr. BuUivant 
Sketches from Memory 
I The Inland Port 
n Rochester 



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Vol. 17. Ill A Night Scene 

Fragments from the Journal of a SoU- 
tary Man 
I 

II My Home Return 
Time's Portraiture 
A Book of Autographs 
" Browne's Folly " 
Chiefly about War Matters 
Letters 
Vol. 18. Passages from the American Note-Books 
Vols. 19-22. Notes of Travel 

See also TRANSLATIONS 



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SEPARATE WORKS 

THE ADVENTURER 
The Adventurer 

In the Token, 1831, pp. 189-212. 
Attributed to Hawthorne by M. D. Conway. 

ADVENTURES OF A RAINDROP 
Adventures of a Raindrop. 

In the Token, 1828, pp. 78-83. 

F. B. Sanborn thinks that this was written by Haw- 
thorne, but it does not appear in any collected edition. 

ALICE DOANE'S APPEAL 
Alice Doane's Appeal, by the author of The 
Gentle Boy. 
In the Token, 1835, pp. 84-101. 

First reprinted in Tales, Sketches, etc., volume 12 of 
the Riverside Edition. 

AMERICAN MAGAZINE OF USEFUL 
KNOWLEDGE 

American Magazine of Useful Knowledge. 
Boston, 1836. 

Numbers 7-12 of volume 2, March-August, 1836, were 
edited anonymously by Hawthorne, who, with his sister, 
wrote or revised almost the entire contents. 

AMERICAN NOTE-BOOKS 
Passages from Hawthorne's Note-Books. 

In Atlantic Monthly, January-June, 1866, v. 17, pp. 1- 
10, 170-178, 257-266, 422-432, 565-571, 725-734; July- 



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December, 1866, v. 18, pp. 40-47, 189-196, 288-295, 
450-460, 536-544, 682-697. 

Reprinted in book form in 1868. 

Passages from the American Note-Books, 
[edited by Sophia Hawthorne]. 
2 V. D. Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1868. 

Five editions were published between 1868 and 1872. 
Passages from the American Note-Books. 
2 V. D. London, Smith, Elder & Co. 1868. 
This is the first London edition. 
Passages from the Note-Books of the late 
Nathaniel Hawthorne, with an Introduction 
by Moncure D. Conway. 
224 pp. S. London, John Camden Hotten. 1869. 
Pages 27-41 contain a passage from the English 
Note-Books ; pages 43-224 are from the American notes. 

THE ANCESTRAL FOOTSTEP 
The Ancestral Footstep. 

In Atlantic Monthly, December, 1882-February, 1883, 
V. 50, pp. 823-839; v. 51, pp. 47-63, 180-195. 
Mr. H. E. Scudder says: "In 1858 Hawthorne began to 
sketch the outline of a romance. He made notes from time 
to time before he abandoned the project, and these notes are 
reprinted in the Old Manse Edition under the title of The 
Ancestral Footstep.^* It had previously been included in the 
volume of Sketches and Studies in the Little Classic Edition, 
and in volume 11 of the Riverside Edition. 

APRIL FOOLS 
April Fools. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, April, 1836, 
V. 2, pp. 339-340. 

In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, 
pp. 238-242. 



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THE BALD EAGLE 
The Bald Eagle. [A humorous sketch of a recep- 
tion to Lafayette which failed to come off.] 
In The Token, 1833, pp. 74-89. 

F. B. Sanborn thinks that this was written .by Haw- 
thorne, and it is included in volume 16 of the Old 
Manse Edition. 

It was, however, written by Longfellow, as is shown 
in his Life, v. 1, p. 292; and it is referred to by name 
in one of his letters. 

BELLS 

Bells. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, May, 1836, 
V. 2, p. 387. 

First reprinted in volume 17 of the Old Manse Edition. 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 
Biographical Sketches. 

Contents 

Mrs. Hutchinson 

Sir WilKam Phips 

Sir William Pepperell 

Thomas Green Fessenden 

Jonathan Cilley 

These belong to the period of 1830-1840, but were 
not collected till 1876, when they were included with 
Fanshawe. 

separate sketches 

Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. No. 9. 

Jonathan Cilley. 

In Democratic Review, September, 1838, v. 3, pp. 67-76. 
Thomas Green Fessenden. 

In American Monthly Magazine, January, 1838, new series 

V. 5, pp. 30-41. 



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Mrs. Hutchinson. 

In Salem Gazette, 7 December, 1830. 
Sir William Pepperell, by the author of Sights from a 

Steeple. 

In the Token, 1833, pp. 124-134. 

In Arcturus, May, 1842, v. 3, pp. 420-428. 
Sir William Phips. 

In Salem Gazette, 23 November, 1830. 

In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, 

pp. 282-301, under the title A Prize from the Sea. 

BIOGRAPHICAL STORIES 

Biographical Stories for Children. 
Contents 

Benjamin West 

Sir Isaac Newton 

Samuel Johnson 

OHver Cromwell 

Benjamin FrankHn 

Queen Christina 

In 1851 the Biographical Stories were included with 
Grandfather's Chair under the general title of True Stories. 
Biographical Stories for Children. 
161 p. S. Boston, Tappan & Dennet 1842. 

PubHshed in stamped cloth. 
Biographical Stories. 

112 p. D. London, Sonnenschein. 1883. 
Biographical Stories, with a Sketch of the 
Author. 

82 p. portrait, S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co, 1886. (Riverside Literature Series, no. 10.) 

Also included with Grandfather's Chair in the River- 
side School Library, 1896, pp. 234-303. 

For other editions, see Grandfather's Chair and True 
Stories. 



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SEPARATE STORIES 

Samuel Johnson. 

16 p. T. Boston, The Sunday School Society^s Gift. 
[1842.] 

No title-page. 

Sir Isaac Newton. 
In Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1882, pp. 44-51. (American 
Classics for Schools.) 

Benjamin West. 
In Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1882, pp. 33-43. (American 
Classics for Schools.) 

THE BLITHEDALE ROMANCE 

The Blithedale Romance. 

288 pp. D. Boston, TicJcnor, Reed & Fields, 
1852. 

First edition. 

The Blithedale Romance. 

2 V. O. London, Chapman & Hall. 1852. 
First London edition. 

The Blithedale Romance. 

Edition 2. 300 pp. D. London, Chapman & 
Hall. 1854. (Select Library of Fiction.) 

The Blithedale Romance. 

In Transformation and Blithedale Romance, 1884. 
See Transformation, under The Marble Faun. 

The Blithedale Romance. 

New Edition. London, Simpkin. 1885. (Pater- 
son's Shilling Library.) 

The Blithedale Romance, with an Introduc- 
tion by George Parsons Lathrop. 



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281 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1894. (Salem Edition.) 
Four impressions have been issued. 

The Blithedale Romance [and] The Snow- 
Image, AND Other Twice-Told Tales. 
229 pp. D. Philadelphia, David McKay. 1894. 
(American Classic Series.) 

The Blithedale Romance. 

New edition. London, Walter Scott. 1894. 

The Blithedale Romance, with an Introduc- 
tion by Andrew J. George. 
24+277 pp. plate, S. New York, T. Y. Crowell 
& Co. [c. 1899]. (Handy Volume Edition.) 

Issued also in the Astor Edition, Waldorf Edition, and 
Pyrogravure Series. 

The Blithedale Romance. 

10+224 pp. O. Leipzig, A. Durr. (Standard 
American Authors, edited by Carl Elze, v. 8.) 

See also TRANSLATIONS. 

BOSTON TEA PARTY 

Boston Tea Party. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, April, 
1836, V. 2, pp. 317-319. 

CHIEFLY ABOUT WAR MATTERS 
Chiefly about War Matters, by a Peaceable 
Man. 

In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1862, v. 10, pp. 43-61. 
" The editor of the magazine objected to sundry paragraphs 
in the manuscript, and these were cancelled with the consent 
of the author, who himself supplied all the footnotes that 
accompanied the article when it was published. One of the 



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suppressed passages, in which President Lincoln is described, 
was afterwards printed. It occurred first in James T. Fields's 
Our Whispering Gallery, in the Atlantic, April, 1871, v. 27, 
pp. 510-512, a series afterwards renamed, when published in 
book form. Yesterdays with Authors. The suppressed pas- 
sage is restored to its proper place in v. 17 of the Old Manse 
Edition." — H. E. Scudder, in v. 17 of the Old Manse 
Edition. The suppressed passage also appears in v. 12 of 
the Riverside Edition. 

DR. GRIMSHAWE'S SECRET 
Dr. Grimshawe's Secret, a Romance; edited 
with Preface and Notes by Julian Hawthorne. 
13+368 pp. facsimile, D. Boston, James R, 
Osgood & Co. 1883. 
First edition. 

A special large paper edition, limited to 250 copies, was 
also issued, which had an extra title-page, and an etched 
frontispiece by E. H. Garrett. 

Dr. Grimshawe's Secret; edited with Preface 
and Notes by Julian Hawthorne. 
London, Longmans & Co, 1883. 

Dr. Grimshawe's Secret, a Romance; edited 
with Preface and Notes by Julian Hawthorne. 
13 + 376 pp. plate, facsimile, G. Boston, Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & Co. 1902. (Cambridge Classics.) 
Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition. 

Hawthorne made various series of notes or studies for Dr. 
Grimshawe's Secret; extracts from which have appeared 
in the Century, January, 1883, v. 3, pp. 433-448, under the 
title A Look into Hawthorne's Workshop; also in Lippin- 
cott's Magazine, January-April, 1890, v. 45, pp. 66-76, 224- 
235,412-425, 548-561, under the title of The EKxir of 
Life. 



f 



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The Secret Chamber [the concluding chap- 
ter of Dr. Grimshawe's Secret]. 
In Morris, Charles. Half-Hours with the Best American 
Authors, 1887, v. 3, pp. 156-167. 

THE DOLLIVER ROMANCE 
A Scene from The Dolliver Romance. 

In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1864, v. 14, pp. 101-109. 

Another Scene from The Dolliver Romance. 
In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1865, v. 15, pp. 1-7. 

This portion was not revised by Hawthorne, but was 
printed from his first draught. 

These two scenes were reprinted in book form in 1876 
with the addition of a third fragment. 
The Dolliver Romance, and Other Pieces. 
213 pp. D. Boston, James R, Osgood & Co, 
1876. 
The first two chapters appeared in the Atlantic Monthly. 
A third fragment is now added. 
Contents 
A Scene from The DolHver Romance 
Another Scene from The Dolliver Romance 
Another Fragment of The Dolliver Romance 
Sketches from Memory 
I The Inland Port 
n Rochester 
m A Night Scene 
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man 
I 
** n My Home Return 
My Visit to Niagara ' 
The Antique Ring 
Graves and Goblins 
Dr. Bullivant 
A Book of Autographs 



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An Old Woman's Tale 
Time's Portraiture, address 
"Browne's Folly" 

The Dolliver Romance, Fanshawe, and Sep- 
TiMius Felton. 
London, Kegan Paul, 1883. 
This is made of the sheets of the Riverside Edition. 

separate STORIES 

The Antique Ring. 

In Sargent's New Monthly Magazine, February, 1843, v. 1, 
pp. 80-86. 

A Book of Autographs. 

In Democratic Review, November, 1844, v. 15, pp. 454-461. 

" Browne's Folly." 

In Weal Reaf, 4-8, September, 1860, pp. 14-16, 24. 
Dr. Bullivant. 

In Salem Gazette, January 11, 1831. 
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man. 

In American Monthly Magazine, July, 1837, new series, v. 4, 

pp. 45-56. 
Graves and Goblins. 

In New England Magazine, June, 1835, v. 8, pp. 438-444. 
My Visit to Niagara, by the author of The Gray 

Champion. 

In New England Magazine, February, 1835, v. 8, pp. 91-96. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 70-78. 

In Masterpieces of American Literature, 1891, pp. 117-126. 

In Literary Masterpieces, 1904, pp. 109-118. 

An Old Woman's Tale. 

In Salem Gazette, December 21, 1830. 

Pansie, a Fragment. The last Literary Effort of Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 
48 pp. D. London, John Camden Hotten. [1864.] 



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First edition, in yellow paper covers. In the Essex Insti- 
tute copy, pages 15-16 precede pages 13-14. 

Prefixed is a memoir, with personal recollections of the 
author. This is the first chapter of The DoUiver Romance. 
[Selection from Pansie.] 

In Examiner, 3 September, 1864, p. 569. 
Sketches From Memory. 

In New England Magazine, December, 1835, v. 9, pp. 398-409. 
Time's Portraiture, being the Carrier's Address to the 
Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the First of January, 
1838: Address. 
Broadside. [Salem, 1837.] 

In a foot-note Hawthorne alluded to his change of name from 
Hathorne, and said: "Time seldom has occasion to mention 
the gentleman's name, so that it is no great matter how he 
spells or pronounces it." 
Time's Portraiture. 

In Salem Gazette, 2 January, 1838. 
Time's Portraiture, being the Carrier's Address to the 
Patrons of the Salem Gazette and Essex County Mer- 
cury for the First of January, 1853. 
8 pp. O. [Salem, 1852.] 

Hawthorne's note about his obscurity is reprinted, with an 
additional note by the "Printer's Devil," which prophesies 
that "Time will have a good deal to say" about Hawthorne, 
"and more fifty years hence than now." 
Father Time [by John E. Babson]. 
In the Christmas Locket, 1870, pp. 56-62. 
Contains Time's Portraiture, pp. 57-62. 

THE DUSTON FAMILY 
The Duston Family. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, May, 1836, 
V. 2, pp. 395-397. 

In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, 
pp. 225-237. 



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ENGLISH NOTE-BOOKS 
A Passage from Hawthorne's English Note- 
Books. 

In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1867, v. 20, pp. 15-21. 

Passages from the English Note-Books, 
[edited by Sophia Hawthorne]. 
2 V. D. Boston, Fields, Osgood & Co, 1870. 

First edition has preface by S[ophia] H[awthome], 
dated Dresden, April, 1870. 

Five impressions were issued between 1870 and 1874. 

Passages from the English Note-Books. 
£ V. O. London, Strahan & Co. 1870. 

First London edition has preface by Sophia Haw- 
thorne, dated The Knoll, Blackheath, May, 1870. 

Passages from the English Note-Books. 
2 V. D. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1871. (Collection 
of British Authors, vols. 1139-1140.) 
A copyright edition. 

FAMOUS OLD PEOPLE 

(Part 2 of Grandfather's Chair) 
Famous Old People; being the Second Epoch of 
Grandfather's Chair. 
158 pp. T. Boston, E, P. Peabody. 1841. 

Preface was dated Boston, December 30, 1840. This 
preface was dropped when the three parts were published 
as a whole, in 1851. 

Famous Old People, being the Second Epoch of 
Grandfather's Chair. 

Edition 2. 158 pp. plate,- S. Boston, Tappan & 
Dennet 1842. 



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A reprint of the first edition, with minor changes. 
For other editions, see Grandfather's Chair, and True 
Stories. 

FANSHAWE 

See also Biographical Sketches. 

Fanshawe, a Tale. Anon. 

141 pp. D. Boston, Marsh & Capen. 1828. 
Pubhshed in buff boards, cloth back, and paper label. 
This was Hawthorne's first published work, and was 
issued anonymously. Later, all the copies that could be 
obtained were destroyed. A dozen years after his death 
a copy was found, and the tale reissued by James R. 
Osgood & Co. 

Fanshawe, and Other Pieces. 

MS pp. S. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 
1876. 

Contents 
Fanshawe 

Biographical Sketches 
Mrs. Hutchinson 
Sir WiUiam Phips 
Sir William Pepperell 
Thomas Green Fessenden 
Jonathan Cilley 
In 1876 this was also included in the collected editions. 

Fanshawe. 

In Dolliver Romance, Fanshawe, and Septimius Felton, 

1883. 

See Dolliver Romance. 

Fanshawe, a Tale, with an Introduction by 
Katharine Lee Bates. 
24+144 pp. portrait, S. New York, T. Y. 



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Crowell & Co, 1902. (Handy Volume Classics, 
Pocket Edition.) 

Printed from the same plates as the Lenox Edition. 

Also in Astor Edition and Waldorf Edition. 

THE FATED FAMILY 

The Fated Family. 

In the Token, 1831, pp. 57-82. 

Attributed to Hawthorne by Moncure D. Conway. 

FRENCH AND ITALIAN NOTE-BOOKS 
First Impressions of France and Italy. 

In Good Words, 1871, pp. 25-31, 129-156, 205-212. 

Passages from the French and Italian Note- 
Books. 

2 V. O. London, Strahan & Co. 1871. 
First London edition. 

Passages from the French and Italian Note- 
Books. 

2 V. 2 plates, D. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co, 
1872. 
First American edition. 

THE GHOST OF DOCTOR HARRIS 

The Ghost of Dr. Harris; from an original 
manuscript dedicated to Mrs. J. P. Heywood, 
dated "Liverpool, August 17, 1856." 
In Nineteenth Century, January, 1900, v. 47, pp. 88-93. 
In Littell's Living Age, 10 February, 1900, v. 224, pp. 
345-349. 
In the Critic, April, 1900, v. 36, pp. 368-372. 

Reissued in volume 16 of the Old Manse Edition. 



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The Ghost of Dr. Harris. 

13 pp. D. New York, Tucker Publishing Co, 
1900. (Balzac Library.) 
Originally published in the Nineteenth Century. 

GRANDFATHER'S CHAIR 
See also Famous Old People, Liberty Tree, and 

True Stories. 
Grandfather's Chair, a History for Youth. 
140 pp. T. Boston, E, P. Peabody ; New York, 
Wiley & Putnam, 1841. 

Published in cloth with glazed paper label, printed in 
gilt, on front cover. • 

Continued in Famous Old People and Liberty Tree; 
the three together forming the Whole History of Grand- 
father's Chair. Included in True Stories from History 
and Biography. 

Grandfather's Chair. 

Second edition, revised and enlarged. 139 pp. 

plate, S. Boston, Tappan & Dennet 1842. 
A cut of Grandfather's Chair, without title underneath, 

is given for the first time in this edition. 

The enlargement consisted of a few additions to the 

text, and some minor changes in text and punctuation. 
Grandfather's Chair. 

Louisville, Kentucky. 1882. 
True Stories from New England History; 

Grandfather's Chair, parts 1-3; with Ques- 
tions. 

3 V. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

1883. (Riverside Literature Series, nos. 7-9.) 
The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair; 

complete in 3 parts. 



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213 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1884. (Cheap Edition.) 

Seventeen impressions were made between 1884 and 
1898, from the plates of the Little Classic Edition. 

The Whole History of Grandfather's 
Chair; or, True Stories from New England 
History, 1620-1803;- in three parts, with a 
Biographical Sketch, Notes, and Illustrations. 
226 pp. illus. portrait, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co, 1886. (Riverside Literature Se- 
ries, nos. 7-9.) 

Grandfather's Chair and Biographical Sto- 
ries, with a Biographical Sketch, Notes, and 
Illustrations. 

26+307 pp. portraits, plates, fac-simile, map, 
D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1896. 
(Riverside School Library.) 

This is really True Stories with incorrect title. Thirty- 
two impressions have been issued. 

True Stories from New England History, 
1620-92; The Whole History of Grandfather's 
Chair, complete in three parts. 
213 pp. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1897. 

The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair. 
4+245 pp. plate, S. New York, T. F. Crowell 
&Co. 1898. (Handy Volume Edition.) 

Also issued in the Astor Edition, Waldorf Edition, 
and Children's Classics. 

True Stories from New England History, 
1620-1803. Grandfather's Chair: with Notes 
and Biographical Sketch by H. H. Kingsley. 



[40] 

9 + 336 p. portrait, S. New York, The Mac- 
millan Co. 1904. (Macmillan's American and 
English Pocket Classics.) 

THE HAUNTED QUACK 

The Haunted Quack. 

In The Token, 1831, pp. 117-137. 

Sanborn, Frank B. A New Twice-Told Tale, 
by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1898, v. 18, pp. 
688-696. 

The tale is entitled The Haunted Quack, a Tale of a 
Canal Boat, by Joseph Nicholson, and is included in 
volume 16 of the Old Manse Edition. 

HINTS TO YOUNG AMBITION 

Hints to Young Ambition [signed H]. 

In New England Magazine, June, 1832, v. 2, pp. 513 
514. 

This is included in the Old Manse Edition, but Pro- 
fessor Woodberry thinks that Hawthorne did not write it. 

HISTORICAL TALES FOR YOUTH 
Historical Tales for Youth. 
4 V. in 2, S. 
Ccmtents 
Vol. 1. Grandfather's Chair 
Famous Old People 
Vol. 2. Liberty Tree 

Biographical Stories 

" * Historical Tales for Youth ' does not appear in any of 

the volumes as a title, but was used on the title-page of 

Biographical Stories, ' by Nathaniel Hawthorne, author 

of Historical Tales for Youth,* and was used later to cover 



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the three volximes of Grandfather's Chair, and the fourth 
one of Biographical Stories. It was used only as a title on 
the back of the covers." H. E. Scudder. 

THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES 
The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance. 
6+344 pp. D. Boston, TicJcnor, Reed & Fields, 
1851. 

First edition. Preface is dated Lenox, January 27, 
1851. 

Nineteen impressions were issued from 1851-1873. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

London, Bohn. 1851. (Bohn's Cheap Series.) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

250 pp. D. London, Routledge, 1851. (Rail- 
way Library.) 

New impressions issued in 1860, 1864, 1873. 

The Founder of the House of the Seven 
Gables, a Passage from Hawthorne's forth- 
coming romance. 

In Literary World, March 29, 1851, v. 8, pp. 249- 
250. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

New edition. LiOndon, Smith, Elder & Co, 1864. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

London, Goubaud & Son, 1877. (Daisy Books, 
no. 39.) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

Edinburgh, Paterson, 1883. (ShilHng Library. ) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

London, Hutchinson & Co, 1890. (Garland Li- 
brary, no. 39.) 



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The House of the Seven Gables. 
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1892. (Salem 
Edition.) 

Sixteen impressions were issued from 1892-1895 from 
the Little Classic plates. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

luondon, Simpkin. 1892. (Manchester Library.) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

4 + 378 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 
1892. (Riverside Paper Series, no. 50. ) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

London, Gay & Bird, 1893. (Salem Edition.) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 
New edition. 328 p. D. London, W, Scott 
1893. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 
326 pp. D. London, R E. King. 1895. 

The House of the Seven Gables, with an 
Introductory Sketch. 

378 pp. portrait, plate, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1896. (Riverside Literature 
Series, no. 91.) 

The House of the Seven Gables, with an 
Introductory Sketch and Portrait. 
378 pp. portrait, plate, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1896. (Riverside School Library.) 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

378 pp. portrait, plate, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1896. (Cambridge Classics.) 
Printed from the plates of the Popular Edition. 

The House of the Seven Gables; with Illus- 
trations by Maude and Genevieve Cowles. 



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2 V. plates, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 
1898. 
Three impressions were issued in 1898. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 

6+369 pp. D. New York, T. F. Crowell & Co. 

1899. 
Printed from the plates of the Lenox Edition, but does 

not have the Introduction by Katharine Lee Bates 
Also issued in the Normandie, Pyrogravure, Astor, 

and Waldorf Editions 
The House of the Seven Gables. 

5+411 pp. T. New York, Lane. 1903. (New 

Pocket Library, v. 14.) 
The House of the Seven Gables. 

New York, Macmillan & Co. 1904. (Macmil- 

lan's Pocket Classics.) 
The House of the Seven Gables. 

24+369 pp. plates, D. New York, T. Y. Cro- 
well & Co. 1904. (Arcadia Series.) 

The House of the Seven Gables, specially 
illustrated, with Aids to the Study of the House 
of the Seven Gables, by H. A. Davidson. 
18 + 423 pp. portrait, plates, D. Boston, 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. [1904.] (Riverside 
Literature Series, no. 91.) 

This is a new edition, with the new illustrations and 
the Aids to the study, not included in the earlier editions 
of 1896. 

The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance. 
280 pp. O. Leipzig, ^.Dt^rr. (Standard Ameri- 
can Authors, edited by Carl Elze, v. 12.) 

See oho TRANSLATIONS 



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JOURNAL OF AN AFRICAN CRUISER 
Journal of an African Cruiser ... by an 
Officer of the U. S. Navy [Horatio Bridge]; 
edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
10+179 pp. D. New York and London, Wiley 
& Putnam. 1845. (Library of American Books.) 
Published in buff wrappers. 

Journal of an African Cruiser. 

10+179 pp. D. London, Wiley & Putnam. 1845. 
Same as the preceding, but with an English title-page. 

Journal of an African Cruiser. 

194 pp. D. Aberdeen, George Clark & Son ; 
London, S. Richardson. 1848. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 

LEGENDS OF NEW ENGLAND 
Legends of New England. 

104 pp. T. Cambridge, James R. Osgood & Co. 
1877. (Vest Pocket Series, no. 2.) 

Contents 

The Gray Champion 
The Maypole of Merry Mount 
Endicott and the Red Cross 
Roger Malvin's Burial 

Bound with Vest Pocket Series, no. 1, and Fields' 
Hawthorne, to form Modem Classics, no. 28. 

LIBERTY TREE 

(Part 3 of Grandfather^ s Chair) 

A Continuation of Grandfather's Chair and Famous 
Old People; the three together forming the Whole His- 
tory of Grandfather's Chair, included in True Stories 
from History and Biography. 



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Liberty Tree, with the Last Words of 
Grandfather's Chair. 
160 pp. T. Boston, E. P, Peabody. 1841. 

First edition has preface dated Boston, Feb. 27, 1841. 
The preface was dropped when the three parts were 
published as a whole. 

Liberty Tree, with the Last Words of 
Grandfather's Chair. 

156 pp. 2, plates, S. Boston, Tappan & Dennet. 
1842. 

Second edition has preface, dated Boston, Feb. 27, 
1841. 
The two issues of this edition had different covers. 

LIFE OF FRANKLIN PIERCE 

The Life of Franklin Pierce. 

144 pp. portrait, D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & 
Fields, 1852. 

First edition. Issued in cloth and in paper covers. In 
the latter form it was probably used as a campaign docu- 
ment by the National Democratic Committee. When 
reprinted in the Sketches and Studies, 1883, and in later 
collections, the passages from General Pierce's journal 
were omitted. 

The Life of Franklin Pierce. 
London, Routledge, 1853. 

THE MARBLE FAUN 

The Marble Faun; or. The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 
2 V. D. Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1860. 

The first edition has preface dated Leamington, Decem- 
ber 15, 1859. 



[46] 

The second edition of 1860 has a conclusion of five 
additional pages added at the end of volume 2, which is 
dated March 14, 1860. 

Transformation; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 
3 V. O. London, Smith, Elder & Co. 1860. 

This is The Marble Faun, with the title given to it by the 
English publisher, contrary to Hawthorne's wishes. 

The second edition has the conclusion of ^ve addi- 
tional pages. 

Transformation; or. The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

2 V. 18 + 572 pp. D. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1860. 
(Collection of British Authors, v. 515, 516.) 
The two volumes are paged consecutively. 

Transformation; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

New edition. 500 pp. D. London, Smith, 
Elder & Co. 1861. 

Transformation; or. The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

11 + 400 pp. 4 plates, O. London, Smith, Elder 
& Co. 1865. (Illustrated Edition.) 

Transformation; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

New edition. 408 pp. D. London, Smith, Elder 
&Co. 1872. 

The Marble Faun. 

London, Keg an Paul. 1883. 

Transformation, and The Blithedale Ro- 
mance. London, Bell & Son. 1884. 



[47] 

The Marble Faun. 

2 V. in 1, S. Boston,' Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1888. 

Seven impressions were struck from the plates of the 
Little Classic Edition between 1888 and 1891. The 
fourth, fifth, and sixth impressions were called the Indi- 
ana Edition, and the seventh became the School Edition. 

The Marble Faun. 

2 V. O. London, Kegan Paul. 1889. 

Illustrated with photogravures by George Wharton 
Edwards. 

The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni; illustrated with photogravures. 
2 V. 527 pp. portrait, plates, O. Boston, Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & Co. 1889. 

Large Paper Edition. The two volumes are paged 
consecutively. 

From the same plates were made twenty-one impres- 
sions of a Holiday Edition. 

The Marble Faun; or. The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

2 V. in 1, S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1900. (Notable Series.) 
Printed from the plates of the Little Classic Edition. 

The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni; with sixteen full page Illustrations. 
527 pp. illus. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1900. (Monte Beni Edition.) 

Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition. 

The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 



I 



[48] 

527 pp. plates, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1900. (Cambridge Classics.) 

Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition. 

The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte 
Beni; with an Introduction and Notes by 
Annie Russell Marble. 

20+545 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co, 1901. (Riverside Literature Series, no. 
148.) 

The Marble Faun. 

Boston, Houghton^ Mifflin & Co, 1901. (Sa- 
lem Edition.) 
Printed from the plates of the Little Classic Edition. 

The Marble Faun; with an Introduction by 
Katherine Lee Bates. 

2 V. 2 plates, S. New York, T, F. Crowell & 
Co, 1902. (Handy Volume Classics.) 
- Printed from the plates of the Lenox Edition. 

Also issued in the Astor Edition and Waldorf Edition, 
and Mariborough Series. 

The Marble Faun; with an Introduction by 
Katherine Lee Bates. 

2 V. in 1, portrait, 17 plates, O. New York, T. 
Y, Crowell & Co. 1902. (Luxembourg Edi- 
tion.) 
Printed from the plates of the Popular Edition. 

The Marble Faun; or. The Romance of Monte 
Beni. 

524 pp. D. New York, H.W.Bell. 1903. (The 
Unit Books, no. 1.) 

See also TRANSLATIONS 



[49] 

THE MODERN JOB 
The Modern Job; or, The Philosopher's Stone 
[a contented mind]. 
In the Token, 1834, pp. 269-319. 

F. B. Sanborn thought that this was written by Haw- 
thorne. 

In the Nation, 9 October, 1902, v. 75, p. 283, George 
E. Woodbeny states that Edward Everett was the author, 
and not Hawthorne. 

Not included in the collected editions. 

MOSSES FROM AN OLD MANSE 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 
Contents 
Vol. 1. The Old Manse 

The Birthmark 

A Select Party 

Young Goodman Brown 

Rappaccini's Daughter 

Mrs. BuUfrog 

Fire-Worship 

Buds and Bird Voices 

Monsieur du Miroir 

The Hall of Fantasy 

The Celestial Railroad 

The Procession of Life 

^ Feathertop 
Vol. 2. The New Adam and Eve 

Egotism 

The Christmas Banquet 

Drowne's Wooden Image 

The Intelligence Office 

Roger Malvin's Burial 

^ Not included in first edition. 



[50] 

P's Correspondence 
Earth's Holocaust 

* Passages from a Reliuquished Work 

At Home 

A Flight in the Fog 
A Fellow-Traveller 
The Village Theatre 

* Sketches from Memory 

The Notch of the White Mountains 
Our Evening Party among the Mountains 
The Canal Boat 

The Old Apple Dealer 

The Artist of the Beautiful 

A Virtuoso's Collection 

Mosses from an Old Manse, in two parts. 
2 V. in 1, D. New York, Wiley & Putnam, 
1846. 

PubKshed in paper wrappers as Nos. xvii and xviii 
of Wiley & Putnam's Library of American Books. Also 
in stamped cloth, both numbers in one volume. 

This first edition did not contain Feathertop, Passages 
from a Rehnquished Work, or Sketches from Memory. 
They were first included in the edition of 1854. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

250 pp. D. London, Routledge. 1851. (Popu- 
lar Library.) 
Mosses from an Old Manse. New edition, care- 
fully revised by the author. 
2 V. D. Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1854. 

To this edition were added Feathertop in the first vol- 
ume, and Passages from a Relinquished Work and 
Sketches from Memory in the second volume. 
Nine impressions were issued up to 1870. 
^ Not iocluded in first edition. 



[51] 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

New edition. '2.56 pp. D. London, Routledge. 
1873. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 
Edinburgh, Paterson. 1883. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 
London, Kegan Paul, 1883. 

This is made of the sheets of the Riverside Edition. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

London, Warne, 1884. (Chandos Classics, no. 
115.) 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

286+3+297 pp. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co, 1889. (Riverside Paper Series, extra 
number.) 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

470 pp. D. Philadelphia, David McKay, 
1889. (American Classic Series.) 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 1893. (Sa- 
lem Edition.) 

Seven impressions have been issued. 

Mosses from an Old Manse. 

New edition. London, W, Scott, 1894. 

Mosses from an Old Manse, with an introduc- 
tion by Katharine Lee Bates. 
2 V. 2 plates, S. New York, T, Y, Crowell 
& Co, 1900. (Handy Volume Edition.) 

The contents is the same as in the first edition. 

Also issued in the Astor Edition and Waldorf Edition. 



[52] 

SEPARATE STORIES 

Allegories of the Heart. 

Philadelphia, Henry Altemus 1904 (Diplome d'honneur Series). 
Also issued in the Petit-Trianon Series and Vade-mecum 
Series. 
The Artist of the Beautiful. 

In Democratic Review, June, 1844, v. 14, pp. 605-617. 
The Birthmark. 

In The Pioneer, March, 1843, pp. 113-119. 

In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1875, v. 8, pp. 207- 

231. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 

Buds and Bird Voices. 

In Democratic Review, June, 1843, v. 12, pp. 604-608. 

In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1880, v. 14. pp. 

112-123. 
The Celestial Railroad. 

In Democratic Review, May, 1843, v. 12, pp. 515-523. 

In Christian Advocate and Journal, August 9, 1843, v. 17, 

pp. 205-206. 

The Celestial Railroad. 

32 pp. T. Boston, Wilder & Co. 1843. 

First edition. 

Republished as A Visit to the Celestial City. 
A Visit to the Celestial City [Anon.] revised by the 
Committee of Publication of the American Sunday School 
Union. 

54 pp. 4 plates, S. Philadelphia, American Sunday School 
Union. [1844.] 

An unauthorized reprint from The Celestial Railroad of 1843, 
but with a passage about Prince Beelzebub suppressed. 

There were various issues of this. 

The Celestial Railroad. 

30 pp. T. Lowell, D. SJcinner. 1847. 



[53] 

A reprint of the first edition of 1843, with the same punctua- 
tion on cover and title-page. 
Issued in paper covers. 

The Celestial Railroad. 

In Griswold, R. W., Prose Writers of America, 1847, pp. 476- 
482. 

The Celestial Railroad. 

In Littell*s Living Age, September 22, 1860, v. 66, pp. 740-747. 

Reprinted from his works 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 4, pp. 43-78. 
In Modern Classics, 1882, no. 29, pp. 43-78. 

The Celestial Railroad. 

28 pp. D. New York, T, F. Crowell & Co. 1904. 
(What is Worth While Series.) 

See also TRANSLATIONS 

The Christmas Banquet; from the UnpubUshed Alle- 
gories of the Heart. 

In Democratic Review, January, 1844, v. 14, pp. 78-87. 
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey Editor^ Good Stories, 1868, v. 3, pp. 
99-118. 
In Famous Stories, pp. 99-118. 

Drowne's Wooden Image. 

In Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book, July, 1844, v. 29, pp. 
13-17. 

In the Boston Book, 1850, pp. 13-29. 
In American Prose, 1880, pp. 53-79. 
In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, pp. 203-226. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1894, no. 69, pp. 41-57. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 

Earth's Holocaust. 

In Graham's Magazine, May, 1844, v. 25, pp. 193-200. 

Egotism; or, The Bosom Serpent; from the UnpubUshed 
Allegories of the Heart. 
In Democratic Review, March, 1843, v. 12, pp. 255-263. 



[54] 

Feathertop; A Moralized Legend. 

In International Magazine, February-March, 1852, v. 5, pp. 
182-186,333-337. 

Not included in the first edition of the Mosses. 
In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, pp. 
115-160; under the title of Mother Rigby's Pipe. 
In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, pp. 164-202. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1894, no. 69, pp. 58-83. 
In Carpenter, G. R. Editor, American Prose, 1898, pp. 224- 
235. 

Feathertop. 

Louisville, Kentucky, 1876. 
Printed in New York point or Wait's point. 

Fire Worship. 

In Democratic Review, December, 1843, v. 13, pp. 627-630. - 

The Hall of Fantasy. 

In the Pioneer, February, 1843, pp. 49-55. 

Certain passages were omitted when it was reprinted in the 
Mosses. 

Intelligence Office. 

In Democratic Review, March, 1844, v. 14, pp. 269-275. 

Mrs. Bullfrog; by the author of The Wives of the Dead. 
In the Token, 1837, pp. 66-75. 

Monsieur du Miroir; by the author of Sights from a 

Steeple. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 49-64. 
The New Adam and Eve. 

In Democratic Review, February, 1843, v. 12, pp. 146-155. 

The New Adam and Eve; Second Series of Mosses from 

an Old Manse. 

London, Paterson, 1885. 
The New Adam and Eve. 

New edition. London, W, Scott. 1894. 
Has frontispiece by T. E. Macklin. 



[55] 

The Old Apple Dealer. 

In Sargent's New Monthly Magazine, January, 1843, v. 1, pp. 

21-24. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1894, no. 69, pp. 84-92. 

The Old Manse. 

PubKshed first in the volume to which it gave the name. 
In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13, pp. 111-163. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1894, no. 69, pp. 5-40. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1896, no. 89, extra no. N. pp. 63- 
68. 

This is only a selection. 
The Old Manse. 

89 pp. nar. D. Cambridge, Mass., Riverside Press. 1904. 
Prefatory note, signed: B[Kss] P[erry]. 
530 copies printed. 
P's Correspondence. 

In Democratic Review, April, 1845, v. 16, pp. 337-345. 
Passages from a Relinquished Work. 

In New England Magazine, November, 1834, v. 7, pp. 352-358. 
Entitled The Story-Teller No. I ; and includes At Home, 
A Flight in the Fog, and A Fellow Traveller. 
In New England Magazine, December, 1834, v. 7, p. 449-459. 
Entitled The Story-Teller No. 11; and includes The Village 
Theatre, and Mr. Higginbotham's catastrophe. 
These were not included in the first edition of the Mosses. 
Passages from a Relinquished Work. 

In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne 1872, pp. 
161-192. 
The Procession of Life. 

In Democratic Review, April, 1843, v. 12, pp. 360-366. 
In Carpenter, G. R. Ediior, American Prose, 1898, pp. 213- 
224. 
Rappaccini's Daughter. 

In Democratic Review, December, 1844, v. 15, pp. 545-560. 
Entitled The Writings of Aubepine, Rappaccini's Daughter. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 



[56] 

Roger Malvin's Burial. 
In the Token, 1832, pp. 161-188. 
In Democratic Review, August, 1843, v. 13, pp. 186-196. 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 2, pp. 63-104. 
In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 63-104. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1900, no. 145, pp. 43-68. 
A Select Party. 

In Democratic Review, July, 1844, v. 15, pp. 33-50. 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 4, pp. 79-108. 
In Modern Classics, 1882, no. 29, pp. 79-108. 
Sketches from Memory. 
Series i 

The Notch of the White Mountains 

Our Evening Party in the Mountains 

The Canal Boat 
Series ii 

Inland Port 

Rochester 

An Afternoon Scene 

A Night Scene 

Series I was included in the revised edition of the Mosses. 
Series n was published with The Dolliver Romance. 
Sketches from Memory. 

In New England Magazine, November-December, 1835, v. 9, 

pp. 321-326, 398-409. 
In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, pp. 

193-224. 
Conterds 

The Notch of the White Mountains 

The Canal Boat 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 61-69. 
Conterds 

The Notch of the White Mountains 

Our Evening Party among the Mountains 
A Virtuoso's Collection. 

In Boston Miscellany, May, 1842, v. 1, pp. 193-200. 



[57] 

In [Japp, A. H.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1872, pp. 

243-281. 

Notes and Queries, 16 August, 1879, p. 135, says that this was 

the first issue of this story in England. 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 4, pp. 7-42. 
In Favorite Authors, 1881, pp. 1-20. 
In Modern Classics, 1882, no. 29, pp. 7-42. 

Young Goodman Brown; by the Author of The Grey 
Champion. 

In New England Magazine, April, 1835, v. 8, pp. 249-260. 
In Stedman and Hutchinson's Library of American Literature, 
1888, V. 6, pp. 177-188. 

MY WIFE'S NOVEL 
My Wife's Novel. 

In the Token, 1832, pp. 281-315. Included in volume 
16 of the Autograph Edition. F. B. Sanborn thought that 
this was written by Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, October 9, 1902, v. 75, p. 283, George 

E. Woodberry states that Edward Everett was the author 
and not Hawthorne. 

THE NATURE OF SLEEP 

The Nature of Sleep. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, May, 1836, 
V. 2, p. 385. 
Included in volume 17 of the Old Manse Edition. 

THE NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE 
The New England Village. 
In the Token, 1831, pp. 155-176. 

Included in volume 16 of the Old Manse Edition. 

F. B. Sanborn thinks that this was written by Hawthorne, 
but it was probably written by Longfellow. 



[58] 

OCEAN 

Ocean [Poem]. 

In Salem Gazette, August 26, 1825. Signed C. W. 
' In the Garland, August, 1825, v. 1, p. 44. 

In Bridge, Horatio, Personal tlecollections of Nathaniel 

Hawthorne, 1893, pp. 36-37. 

The third and fourth stanzas are transposed in Bridge. 

THE ONTARIO STEAMBOAT 
The Ontario Steamboat. 
In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, March, 
1836, vol. 2, pp. 270-272. 
Included in volume 17 of the Old Manse Edition. 

OUR OLD HOME 
Our Old Home. 

Contents 
Consular Experiences 
Leamington Spa 
About Warwick 

Recollections of a Gifted Woman [Delia Bacon] 
Lichfield and Uttoxeter 
Pilgrimage to Old Boston 
Near Oxford 

Some of the Haunts of Bums 
A London Suburb 
Up the Thames 

Outside Glimpses of English Poverty 
Civic Banquets 

Our Old Home, a Series of English Sketches. 
398 pp. D. Boston, Ticknor & Fields, 1863. 

First edition has a dedication " To a Friend " [ Frank- 
lin Pierce]. 

Five impressions issued between 1863 and 1866. 



[59] 

Our Old Home. 

2 V. 582 pp. O. London, Smith, Elder & Co. 
1863. 

First London edition. 

Our Old Home. 

Second edition. 2 v. 570 pp. O. London, 
Smith, Elder & Co, 1863. 

Our Old Home. 

New edition. 310 pp. portrait, O. London, 
Smith, Elder & Co, 1864. 

Our Old Home, a Series of English Sketches. 
288 pp. D. Edinburgh, Pa^er^on. 1884. (Pater- 
son's ShiUing Library.) 

Our Old Home, with Passages from the Author's 

Note-Book. 

2 V. O. London, Chatto, 1890. 
Our Old Home, annotated with Passages from 

the Author's Note-Book. 

2 V. 594 pp. portrait, plates, D. Boston, 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1891. 

Large Paper Edition. The plates represent English 

places and view^ described in the book. The two volumes 

are paged consecutively. 

Six impressions of a Holiday Edition were printed 

from these plates between 1890 and 1895. 

Our Old Home, with Frontispiece by Thomas 
Eyre Macklin. 

New edition. 290 pp. O. London, W, Scott, 
1894. 

Our Old Home. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1901. 



[60] 

New HoKday Edition in one volume, printed from the 
plates of the Large Paper Edition. 
Two impressions of this were issued. 

SEPARATE PAPERS 

About Wabwick. 

In Atlantic Monthly, December, 1862, vol. 10, pp. 708-720. 

British Matron. 

In Mason, E. T. Editor, Humorous Masterpieces, 1886, v. 1, 
pp. 43-47. 

Selections from Our Old Home. 

Civic Banquets. 

In Atlantic Monthly, August, 1863, v. 12, pp. 195-212. 
The last pubHcation during his lifetime. 
Leamington Spa. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1862, v. 10, pp. 451-462. 

A London Suburb. 

In Atlantic Monthly, March, 1863, v. 11, pp. 306-321. 
Near Oxford. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1861, v. 8, pp. 385-397. 

Outside Glimpses of English Poverty. 
In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1863, v. 12, pp. 36-51. 

Pilgrimage to Old Boston. 

In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1862, v. 9, pp. 88-101. 

Recollections of a Gifted Woman [Delia Bacon]. 
In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1863, v. 11, pp. 43-58. 

Some of the Haunts of Burns; by a Tourist without 

Imagination or Enthusiasm. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1860, v. 6, pp. 385-395. 
Up the Thames. 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1863, v. 11, pp. 598-614. 
Uttoxeter. 

In the Keepsake, London, 1857. 

In Harper's Magazine, April, 1857, v. 14, pp. 639-641. 



[61] 

In Nicoll, W. R., and T. J. Wise, Literary Anecdotes, 1895 
[v. 1], pp. 281-288. 

The chapter begins on page 281 with the title Hawthorne in 
the Shadow of Johnson. 

PAPERS OF AN OLD DARTMOOR PRISONER 

Papers of an Old Dartmoor Prisoner. 
In Democratic Review, January-Sept, 1846, v. 18, pp. 
31-39, 97-111, 200-212, 360-368, 457-465; v. 19, pp. 
141-148, 209-217. 

PETER PARLEY'S UNIVERSAL HISTORY 
Peter Parley's Universal History, on the 
basis of Geography for the Use of Families. 
2 V. plates, maps, D. Boston, American Sta- 
tioners' Co,, John B, Russell. 1837. 
Published in stamped cloth. 

Edited anonymously by Hawthorne, assisted by his 
sister. 

PREFACE 
Preface. 

In Bacon, DeKa, Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere 
Unfolded, 1857, pp. 7-15. 

PRESERVATION OF THE DEAD 
Preservation of the Dead. 

In American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, April, 
1836, V. 2, pp. 314-315. 

REVIEWS 

Notice of Longfellow's Evangeline. - 

In Salem Advertiser, 1847. 
Review of Whittier's Supernaturalism of 

New England. 

In Literary World, April 17, 1847, v. 1, pp. 247-248. 



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THE SCARLET LETTER 
The Scarlet Letter, a Romance. 

4+322 pp. D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & Fields, 
1850. 

The first edition has the word reduplicate in Kne 20 on 
page 21. 

The Scarlet Letter, a Romance. 

[Second edition.] 6+322 pp. D. Boston, Tick- 
nor, Reed & Fields. 1850. 

The second edition has the word repudiate in Kne 20 on 
page 21, and other textual changes from the first edition. 

There is also a preface added, which is dated Salem, 
March 30, 1850. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

6+307 pp. D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 
1850. 

The third edition has the word repudiate in line 18 on 
page 20. 

Printed from new plates. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

320 pp. D. London, Bohn. 1851. (Bohn's 

Cheap Series.) 
The Scarlet Letter. 

260 pp. D. London, Routledge. 1851. (Railway 

Library.) 

The Scarlet Letter. 
London, Walker. 1851. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

8+311 pp. D. lueipzig, Tauchnitz. 1852. (Col- 
lection of British Authors, vol. 226.) 
Copyright edition. 



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The Scarlet Letter. 

London, C. H. Clarke. 1857. 

The Scarlet Letter, a Romance; with Illus- 
trations by Miss M. E. Dear. 
288 pp. illus. plates, O. London, C H, Clarke. 
1859. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

New edition. 250 pp. D. London, Routledge. 
1860. (Railway Library.) 

The Scarlet Letter. 

London, Bell & Daldy. 1870. 

The Scarlet Letter; Illustrated. 

8+323 pp. illus. portrait, plates, O. Boston, 
James R. Osgood & Co. 1877. 

The illustrations were drawn by Mary Hallock Foote, 
and engraved by A. V. S. Anthony; the headpieces by 
L. S. Ipsen. 

Three impressions have been issued. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

323 pp. O. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 
1877. (Red Line Edition.) 

Compositions in Outline from Hawthorne's 
Scarlet Letter; by F. O. C. Darley. 
12 plates with 12 pages of text, oblong F. 
Boston, Houghton, Osgood & Co. 1879. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

298 pp. square D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co. 1880. 

Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter; with Illustra- 
tions by F. O. C. Darley. 



[64] 

54 pp. 12 plates with 12 pages of text; oblong 
F. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1883. 
Compositions in outline. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

London, Paterson, 1883. (Shilling Library.) 
The Scarlet Letter. 

6+312 pp. 1 illus. D. Boston, Houghton, 

Mifflin & Co. 1885. (Popular Edition.) 

There have been twenty-three impressions, from the 

plates of the Riverside Edition. In the advertisements 

this is referred to as New Paper Edition. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

2 V. Q. Boston, Howe Memorial Press. 1885. 
In raised letters for the use of the blind. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

London, Cassell. 1886. (Red Library.) 
The Scarlet Letter. 

126 pp. O. London, Routledge. 1887. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

317 pp. O. Leipzig, Gressner & Schramm. 1887. 

The Scarlet Letter; Illustrated by W. A. 

Cranston. 

London, DicA;^. 1888. (Dicks' English Novels.) 
The Scarlet Letter. 

6+310 pp. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co. 1889. (Riverside Paper Series, no. 2.) 
Seven impressions from the plates of the Popular 

Edition. 

In 1892 this was superseded by the Universal Edition, 

and in 1900 by the Cambridge Classics. 
The Scarlet Letter; with Introduction by 

George Parsons Lathrop. 



[65] 

312 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1892. (Universal Edition.) 

Printed from the plates of the Popular Edition. 

The word Universal appears on the back; but on the 
top of front cover is printed Riverside Paper Series, no. 
44, extra; 1892. The cloth bound copies have a large 
A on the cover. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1892. (Salem 
Edition.) 

There have been twenty-one impressions, printed from 
the plates of the Little Classic Edition. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

London, SimpMn. 1892. (Manchester Li- 
brary.) 

The Scarlet Letter; with Illustrations in 
photogravure by F. O. C. Darley. 
312 pp. illus. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1892. -% 

Large paper copies also were issued. 

The illustrations are the same as the Compositions in 
Outline published in 1879, but reduced in size. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

London, R. E. King. 1892. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

2 V. illus. plates, D. Boston, Samuel E. Cas- 
sino. [1892.] 

The Scarlet Letter, a Romance; Illustrated 
by H. P. Barnes. 

6+468 pp. illus. D. Boston, S. E. Cassino. 
1892. 



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The Scarlet Letter. 

London, Gay & Bird. 1893. (Salem Edition.) 
Made of the sheets of the Little Classic Edition. 
The Scarlet Letter, a Romance; Vignette 

Edition; with new Illustrations by F. C. 

Gordon. 

6+352 pp. illus. D. New York, F, A. Stokes 

Co. 1893. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

New edition. London, W. Scott 1893. 
The Scarlet Letter, a Romance; Illustrated 

by H. P. Barnes. 

6+468 pp. illus. plates, D. Boston, Joseph 

Knight Co. 1894. 
The Scarlet Letter, a Romance. 

London, Routledge. 1894. (Hearth and Home 

Library.) 
The Scarlet Letter; with eight Illustrations 

by T. H. Robinson. 

6+318 pp. plates, O. London, Bliss, Sands & 

Co. 1897. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

312 pp. plate, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co. 1900. (Cambridge Classics.) 

Printed from the plates of the Popular Edition, and 

supersedes the Universal Edition of 1892. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 1900. (Bookman 

Classics.) 
The Scarlet Letter; Illustrated by F. H. 

Townsend. 

362 pp. O. London, Nisbet. 1901. 



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The Scarlet Letter. 

New York, Cassell. 1902. (Cassell's Standard 

Library.) 
The Scarlet Letter, with an Introduction by 

Katherine Lee Bates. 

22+312 pp. plate, S. New York, T. Y. Crowell 

& Co. 1902. (Handy Volume Edition.) 

Also issued in the Astor Edition and Waldorf Edition. 

The Scarlet Letter. 

348 pp. D. New York, Lane. 1903. (Pocket 

Library, v. 13.) 
The Scarlet Letter. 

266 pp. D. London, Richards. 1903. (World's 

Classics.) 
The Scarlet Letter; Introduction by Moncure 

D. Conway. 

360 pp. D. London, Nishet. 1903. (Standard 

Series.) 
The Scarlet Letter; Introduction by Percy 

Dearmer. 

330 pp. portrait, D. London, Methuen. 1903. 

(Little Library.) 
The Scarlet Letter; with Introduction by 

Katherine Lee Bates. 

328 pp. D. London, S. C. Brown. 1903. 
The Scarlet Letter, literally reprinted from 

the first edition; with 15 original colored Illus- 
trations by A. Robaudi and C. Graham. 

5 + 333 pp. 15 plates, O. New York, Privately 

printed. [Dodd, Mead & Co.] 1904. 
A special edition of 125 copies, prepared as a souvenir 

of the author's birth. 



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In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 15, it is stated that 
the GroKer Club has projected an edition of the Scarlet 
Letter to be illustrated by George H. Boughton. 
The Custom House. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1899, no. 138, pp. 1-50. 
See also TRANSLATIONS and DRAMATIZATIONS 

SEPTIMIUS FELTON 

Septimius Felton. 

In Atlantic Monthly, January-August, 1872, v. 29, pp. 
5-14, 129-138, 257-266,475-484, 566-576, 645-655; v. 
30, pp. 1-16, 129-144. 

Septimius, a Romance. 

3 + 298 pp. D. ILondon, H.S.King. 1872. 

Edited by Una Hawthorne, assisted by Robert Brown- 
ing. 

Septimius Felton; or, The Elixir of Life. 229 

pp. plate, D. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 

1872. 
Has a preface by his daughter, Una Hawthorne. 
Septimius, a Romance. 

6 + 230 pp. O. Berlin, Alb. Cohn. 1872. 

(Asher's Collection of English Authors, British 

and American, v. 30.) 
Septimius Felton. 

In The Dolliver Romance, Fanshawe, and Septimius 

Felton, 1883. 

See The DolKver Romance. 

SKETCHES AND STUDIES 
Sketches and Studies. 

Contents 

Life of Franklin Pierce 
Chiefly about War Matters 



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Alice Doane's Appeal 
The Ancestral Footstep 

Sketches and Studies. 
302 pp. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1883. 
This volume was also included in the collected editions. 

THE SNOW-IMAGE 

The Snow-Image. 
Contents 
The Snow-Image 
The Great Stone Face 
Main Street 
Ethan Brand 

A Bell's Biography i 

Sylph Etherege 
The Canterbury Pilgrims 
Old News 

I The Colonial Newspaper 
n The Old French War 
III The Old Tory 
The Man of Adamant , 

The Devil in Manuscript 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving 
Old Ticonderoga 
The Wives of the Dead 
Little Daffydowndilly 
My Kinsman, Major MoKneux 

The Snow-Image, and Other Tales. 

6+176 pp. D. London, iJ. G. Bohn. 1851. 
(Bohn's Cheap Series.) 

The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told 
Tales. 



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273 pp. D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 

1852. 

First American edition. 
The Snow-Image, a Childish Miracle; with 

illustrations by Marcus Waterman. 

32 pp. D. London, S. Low, 1864. 
The Snow-Image. 

Edinburgh, Paterson, 1883. (Paterson's Shilling 

Library.) 
The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told 

Tales. 

4+256 pp. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co. 1886. (Riverside Pocket Series.) 
The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told 

Tales. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1893. (Salem 

Edition.) 

Seven impressions have been issued. 
The Snow-Image. 

In The Blithedale Romance, The Snow-Image, and 

Other Twice-Told Tales, 1894. 

See The Blithedale Romance. 
The Snow-Image. 

New edition. London, W. Scott. 1894. 
The Snow-Image. 

234 pp. O. London, R. E. King. 1895. 
The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told 

Tales ; with an Introduction by Richard Burton. 

253 p. plate, S. New York, T. Y. Crowell & 

Co. 1899. (Handy Volume Edition.) 

Also issued in the Astor Edition and Waldorf Edition. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 



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SEPARATE STORIES 
A Bell's Biography, by the author of Twice-Told Tales, 

The Fountain of Youth, etc. 

In Knickerbocker Magazine, March^ 1837, v. 9, pp. 219-223. 
The Canterbury Pilgrims. 

In the Token, 1833, pp. 153-166. 

In Arcturus, March, 1842, v. 3, pp. 299-309. 

In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13, pp. 23-41. 
The Devil in Manuscript, by Ashley A. Royce. 

In New England Magazine, November, 1835, v. 9, pp. 340-345. 
Ethan Brand; or The Unpardonable Sin. 

In Dollar Magazine, May, 1851, v. 7, pp. 193-201. 

In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1874, v. 1, pp. 1-29. 

In Cary, Alice and Phoebe Editors, The Josephine Gallery, 

1858, pp. 154-179, under the title of Bertram the Lime-Burner. 
The Great Stone Face. 

In the National Era, Washington, January 24, 1850. 

In Vest Pocket Series, no. 1, 1877, pp. 9-48. 

In Modem Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 9-48. 

In American Prose, 1882, pp. 27-52. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 5-30. 

In Masterpieces of American Literature, 1891, pp. 92-117. 

In Riverside Aldine Classics, 1900, pp. 83-121. 

In Lilliput Classics, 1890, pp. 9-48. 

In Literary Masterpieces, 1904, pp. 84-109. 
The Great Stone Face. 

London, Humphreys. 1903. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving, by Rev. A. A. Royce. 

In Democratic Magazine, March, 1840, v. 7, pp. 209-212. 
Little Daffydowndilly. 

In Boys* and Girls* Magazine, August, 1843, v. 2, pp. 120- 

125. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1886, no. 29, pp. 13-21. 

In American Classics for Schools. 1882, pp. 13-22. 



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Main Street. 

In Peabody, E. P., ^Esthetic Papers, 1849, pp. 145-174. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1899, no. 138, pp. 51-88. 
Main Street; with a Preface by Julian Hawthorne. 

61 pp. plate, D. Canton, Pa., Kirgate Press, 1901. 

Edition of 950 copies. 
The Man of Adamant, an Apologue; by the author of 

The Gentle Boy. 

In the Token, 1887, pp. 119-128. 

In Arcturus, February, 1842, v. 3, pp. 191-198. 
My Kinsman, Major Molineux; by the author of Sights 

from a Steeple. 

In the Token, 1832, pp. 89-115. 

In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13, pp. 42-79. 
Old News. 

In New England Magazine, February, March, May, 1835, 

V. 8, pp. 81-88, 170-178, 365-370. 

Contents 

The Colonial Newspaper 
The Old French War 
The Old Tory 

Refers to files of Boston Newspapers, 1740, 1760, 1780. 
Old Ticonderoga; a Picture of the Past. 

In American Monthly Magazine, February, 1836, new series, 

V. 1, pp. 138-142. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 79-85. 
The Snow-Image; a Childish Miracle. 

In International Magazine, October, 1850, v. 1, pp. 537-543. 

In Hewitt, M. E. Editor, Memorial Written by the Friends 

of the late Mrs. Osgood, 1851, pp. 41-58. 
The Snow-Image; a Childish Miracle; with illustra- 
tions by Marcus Waterman. 

31 pp. 5 plates, D. New York, James G. Gregory. 1864. 

First separate edition. 
The Snow-Image; a Childish Miracle. 

Boston- Hurd & Houghton. 1866. 



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The Snow-Image. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 32-53. 

In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13, pp. 80-110. 

In Riverside Aldine Classics, 1900, pp. 122-145. 

In American Prose, 1882, pp. 6-27. 

Abridgment in Burton, Richard, Literary Leaders of America, 

1903, pp. 124-134. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 

Sylph Etherege. 

In the Token, 1838, pp. 22-32. 

In Home Magazine, November, 1890, v. 3, pp. 23- 
The Two Widows. 

In Democratic Review, July, 1843, v. 13, pp. 85-88. 

Appeared in the Token, 1832, pp. 74-82, under the title. Wives 

of the Dead, and reprinted in The Snow-Image, etc. 

The Unpardonable Sin. , 

See Ethan Brand. 
Wives of the Dead. 

In the Token, 1832, pp. 74-82. Signed F. 

In Salem Gazette, April 16, 1839. 

In Democratic Review, July, 1843, v. 13, pp. 85-88. 
Bore the title of The Two Widows. 

In American Classics for Schools, 1882, pp. 73-82. 

In Riverside Aldine Series, 1900, no. 13, pp. 227-238. 

THE SPECTATOR 

The Spectator [weekly], August 21 to Sept. 18, 
1820; nos. 1-6. 
Printed with his pen. 

THE STAR OF CALVARY 

The Star of Calvary [Poem]. 
In Griswold, R. W. Editor ^ Scenes in the Life of the 
Saviour by the Poets and Painters, 1845, pp. 164-167. 



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TANGLEWOOD TALES 
Tanglewood Tales. 
Contents 
The Wayside 
The Minotaur 
The Pygmies 
The Dragon's Teeth 
Circe's Palace 
The Pomegranate Seeds 
The Golden Fleece 

Tanglewood Tales for Girls and Boys; being 

a Second Wonder-Book; with fine illustrations. 

336 pp. 5 illus. S. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & 

Fields. 1853. 

Has an illustrated title-page before the regular one. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

250 pp. illus. D. London, Chapman & Hall, 

1853. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

New edition. 284 pp. illus. D. London, Knight 

& Son. 1855. 
Illustrations by John Gilbert and others. 
Tanglewood Tales, Second Series. 

323 pp. square D. London, Knight & Son. 1856. 
A Second Wonder-Book. 

London, Knight & Son. 1860. 

Tanglewood Tales. 

New edition. London, Routledge. 1867. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

2 V. Q. Boston, Howe Memorial Press. 1881- 

1882. 

In raised letters for the use of the bUnd. 



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Tanglewood Tales. 

379 pp. O. London, Warne. 1882. (Chandos 

Classics, no. 107.) 
Tanglewood Tales. 

148 pp. D. London, Blachwoods. 1884. (Edu- 
cational Series.) 
Tanglewood Tales. 

2 V. plates, D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co. 1886-1887. (Riverside Literature Series, 

nos. 22-23.) 
Tanglewood Tales; with illustrations by 

George Wharton Edwards. 

4+190 pp. illus. plates, Q. Boston, Houghton, 

Mifflin & Co. 1887. 

Ten impressions have been issued. 

Tanglewood Tales. 

4+190 pp. illus. O. London, Chatto & Windus. 

1887. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

London, Kegan Paul. 1889. 

Illustrated with photogravures by G. W. Edwards. 
This is made from the sheets of the Riverside Edition. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

New edition. 250 pp. O. London, W. Scott. 

1894. 

Frontispiece by James Torrance. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

In Riverside School Library, 1896, pp. 199-424. 
With Wonder-Book. 

Tanglewood Tales 

In A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys, 1898. 
See A Wonder-Book. 



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Tanglewood Tales. 

4+264 pp. illus. S. New York, T. Y. Crowell. 
1902. (Handy Volume Classics, Pocket Edi- 
tion.) 

Also issued in the *Astor Edition, Waldorf Edition, and 
Children's Classics. 

Tanglewood Tales. 

222 pp. illus. D. New York, E. P. Button. 
1903. 

Tanglewood Tales, First Series; illustrated 
by V. W. Burnand. 
London, Astolat Press. 1903. 

Tanglewood Tales; 12 colored Illustrations by 
Granville Fell. 
228 pp. O. London, Dent. 1903. 

TRUE STORIES FROM HISTORY AND BIO- 
GRAPHY 

See also Grandfather's Chair, Liberty Tree, 
Famous Old People, Biographical Stories. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 

Contents 

Grandfather's Chair 
Famous Old People 
Liberty Tree 
Biographical Stories 

Benjamin West 

Sir Isaac Newton 

Samuel Johnson 

Oliver Cromwell 

Benjamin Franklin 

Queen Christina 



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True Stories from History and Biography. 
335 pp. plates, D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & 
Fields. 1851. 
First edition. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
5+343 pp. plates, D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed 
& Fields. 1851. 
Second edition; entirely revised and reset. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
340 pp. D. London, J. Chapman. 1851. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
356 pp. D. London, S. Low. 1852. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
352 pp. plates, D. Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 
1868. * 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
London, Simpkin. 1885. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
260 pp. portrait, O. London, W. Scott. 1894. 

True Stories from History and Biography. 
In A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys, 1894. (Ameri- 
can Classic Series.) 
See A Wonder-Book. 

Grandfather's Chair and Biographical 
Stories, with a Biographical Sketch, Notes, 
and Illustrations. 

26+307 pp. portraits, plates, fac-simile, map, 
D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1896. 
(Riverside School Library.) 

Thirty-two impressions have been issued. 



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True Stories from History and Biography. 
297 pp. plates, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co. 1896. 
Printed from the plates of the Riverside Edition. 

TWICE-TOLD TALES 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

Contents 
Series 1 
The Gray Champion 
Sunday at Home 
The Wedding Knell 
The Minister's Black Veil 
The May-Pole of Merry Mount 
The Gentle Boy 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe 
Little Annie's Ramble 
Wakefield 

A Rill from the Town Pump 
The Great Carbuncle 
The Prophetic Pictures 
David Swan 
Sights from a Steeple 
The Hollow of the Three Hills 
The Toll-Gatherer's Dayi 
The Vision of the Fountain 
Fancy's Show-Box 
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment 
Series 2 

Legends of the Province House 

No. 1. Howe's Masquerade 

No. 2. Edward Randolph's Portrait 

No. 3. Lady Eleanore's Mantle 

No. 4. Old Esther Dudley 
The Haunted Mind 

^ Not included in the first edition. 



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The Village Uncle 

The Ambitious Guest 

The Sister Years 

Snow-Flakes 

The Seven Vagabonds 

The White Old Maid 

Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure 

Chippings with a Chisel 

The Shaker Bridal 

Night Sketches 

Endicott and the Red Cross 

The Lily's Quest 

Foot-Prints on the Sea-Shore 

Edward Fane's Rosebud 

The Threefold Destiny ' 

TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

334 pp. D. Boston, American Stationers Co. 
John B, Russell, 1837. 

Pubhshed in cloth, title stamped in gold on back. 

The first series of the tales, and the first book with 
Hawthorne's name printed on the title-page. 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. D. Boston, James Monroe & Co, 1842. 

Volume 1 contained the stories in the first series, with 
The T oil-Gatherer^ s Day added; volume 2 contained a 
second and new series of tales, previously contributed 
to annuals and magazines. 

Twice-Told Tales. 

New edition. 2 v. portrait, D. Boston, Tick- 
nor, Reed & Fields. 1851. 

Revised edition, with a preface dated Lenox, January 
11, 1851, which is now first included. 

Fifteen impressions were issued between 1851 and 
1874. 



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TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

London, Kent & Richards. 1849. 
Contains selections from the two series. 

TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

New edition. 6+176 pp. D. London, if . G, 
Bohn. 1851. (Bohn's Cheap Series.) 

Contains the same stories as volume 1 of the first col- 
lected edition. 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. Series 2. 

New edition, 358 pp. D. London, iJ. G. 

Bohn, 1851. (Bohn's Cheap Series.) 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

2v.D. London, IZ". C?. JBoAn. 1851. (Bohn's 

Shilling Series.) 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. D. London, Routledge. 1851. (Railway 

Library.) 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. in 1, D. London, Routledge, 1851. 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. , 

New edition. 2 v. portrait, T. Boston, Ticknor 

& Fields. 1864. (Blue and Gold Edition.) 

This edition contains all the Twice-Told Tales, includ- 
ing the volume entitled the Snow-Image. 
Two editions were issued in 1864-1865. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's Tales: Twice-Told 

Tales, First and Second Series, Snow-Image, 

and Other Tales. 

6 + 358: 6 + 1 + 176 pp. D. London, Bell & 

Daldy. 1866. 

1866 is the date of the first title-page. At page 176 is 

another title-page, which reads: Twice-Told Tales, by 



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Nathaniel Hawthorne. Second Series. London, H. G. 
Bohn. 1851; but the paging continues. The Snow- 
Image has the date 1868 on separate title-page. 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

New edition. 466 pp. O. London, Warne, 
1873. (Chandos Classics, no. 17.) 

Twice-Told Tales. 

380 pp. T. London, Milner. 1876. (Cottage 
Library.) 

TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. in 1, D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1883. (School Edition.) 

Seven impressions printed between 1883 and 1892 from 
the plates of the Library Edition. 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

464 pp. D. Philadelphia, David Mackay, 
1889. (American Classic Series.) 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin <fe Co. 1893. (Salem 
Edition.) 

Eight impressions have been issued. 

TwicE-ToLD Tales; Second Series. 

London, Warne, 1893. (Chandos Classics.) 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

New edition. 236 pp. O. London, Walter 
Scott. 1894. 

TwiCE-ToLD Tales; with Introductory Note by 
George Parsons Lathrop. 
538 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1895. (Riverside Literature Series, no. 82.) 



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TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

173 pp. F. Boston, Howe Memorial Press. 1897. 
In raised letters for the use of the blind. 
TwicE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. S. New York, T, Y. Crowell & Co. 1900. 
(Handy Volume Edition.) 

Also issued in the Astor Edition and the Waldorf 
Edition. 

Selected Twice-Told Tales, prescribed by 
the Regents of the University of the State of 
New York for the courses in second year 
English and Rhetoric; with Introductory Note 
by George Parsons Lathrop. 
15+125 pp. portrait, D. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1901. (Riverside Literature 
Series, extra no. R.) 
Contents 

The Minister's Black Veil 

Howe's Masquerade 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle 

Old Esther Dudley 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe 

The Prophetic Pictures 

David Swan 

Sights from a Steeple 

Selections from Twige-Told Tales; edited 
with Introduction and Notes by Charles Robert 
Gaston. 

34 + 199 pp. T. New York, Macmillan. 1901. 
(Pocket Classics.) 
Contents 

David Swan 

Sights from a Steeple 



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Prophetic Pictures 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe 

The Minister's Black Veil 

Howe's Masquerade 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle 

Old Esther Dudley 
TwiCE-ToLD Tales. 

2 V. O. Leipzig, A. Diirr, (Standard Amer- 
ican Authors; edited by Carl Elze, v. 10, 11.) 

SEPARATE STORIES 
The Ambitious Guest; by the author of The Gray 

Champion. 

In New England Magazine, June, 1835, v. 8, pp. 425-431. 

In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 1, pp. 79-96. 

In Lilliput Classics, 1890, pp. 79-96. 

In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 79-96. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 31-41. 
Chippings with a Chisel; by the author of Twice-Told 

Tales. 

In Democratic Review, September, 1838, v. 3, pp. 18-26. 

In Salem Gazette, October 5, 1838. 
David Swan. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 147-154. 

In Salem Gazette, August 18, 1837. 

In Griswold, R. W., Prose Writers of America, 1847, pp. 474-476. 

In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1874, v. 4, pp. 99-107. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 62-69. 

In St. Nicholas, December, 1880, v. 8, pp. 140-143. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment. 

For its first appearance, see The Fountain of Youth. 
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment. 

In Mason, E. T. Editor, Humorous Masterpieces, 1886, v. 1, 
' pp. 25-43. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 



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Edward Fane's Rosebud. 

In Knickerbocker Magazine, September, 1837, v. 10, pp. 195- 

199. 

In Salem Gazette, January 9, 1838. 
Edward Randolph's Portrait. Province House. 

In Democratic Review, July, 1838, v. 2, pp. 360-369. 

In Salem Gazette, August 28, 1838. 
Endicott and the Red Cross. 

In Salem Gazette, November 14, 1837. 

In the Token, 1838, pp. 69-78. 

In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 2, pp. 48-67. 

In Modem Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 48-67. 
Fancy's Show-Box. A MoraKty. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 177-184. 

In Salem Gazette, March 14, 1837. 
Footprints on the Sea-Shore, by the author of Twice- 

Told Tales. 

In Democratic Review, January, 1838, v. 1, pp. 190-197. 
Footprints on the Sea-Shore. 

Boston, Cassino Art Co, 1891. (Unique Series.) 
Footprints on the Sea-Shore; with Etched Illustrations 

by Louis K. Harlow. 

25 pp. illus. D. Boston, Samuel E, Cassino, 1892. 

Printed on one side only, and the sheets laced into cover. 
Footprints on the Sea-Shore; with Etched Illustrations 

by Louis K. Harlow. 

2+25 pp. illus. O. Salem, Mass., Samuel Edson 

Cassino. 1902, [1903]. (Unique Series, v. 2.) 
Footprints on the Sea-Shore. 

Boston, H. M. Caldwell Co. 1904. (Unique Series.) 

The Fountain op Youth. 
In Salem Gazette, March, 1837. 
In Knickerbocker Magazine, January, 1837, v. 9, pp. 27-33. 

Reprinted in Twice-Told Tales, under the title of Dr. Hei- 
degger's Experiment. 



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The Gentle Boy. 

In the Token, 1832, pp. 193-240. 
The Gentle Boy; a Thrice-Told Tale; with an Original 
Illustration [by Miss Sophia Peabody]. 
20 pp. plate, oblong Q. Boston, Weeks, Jordan & Co.; 
New York, Wiley & Putnam. 1839. 

The first edition contains a preface and dedication to Sophia 
A. Peabody. 
The Gentle Boy, and Other Tales. 

4+91 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1900. 

(Riverside Literature Series, no. 145.) 

Contents 

The Gentle Boy 

Roger Malvin's Burial 

The Wedding KneU 

The Gray Champion 
The Gray Champion; by the author of The Gentle Boy. 
In New England Magazine, January, 1835, v. 8, pp. 10-26. 
In Duyckink, E. A. and G. L., Cyclopaedia of American Lit- 
erature, 1875, V. 2, pp. 358-361. 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 1, pp. 9-24. 
In Modem Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 0-24. 
The Gray Champion, and Other Stories and Sketches. 
278 pp. S. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1889. 
(Riverside Aldine Series, no. 13.) 
Cofrderds 

The Gray Champion 

The Canterbury Pilgrims 

My Kinsman, Major Molineux 

The Snow-Image 

The Old Manse 

Feathertop 

Browne's Wooden Image 

Wives of the Dead 

Wakefield 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe 



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The Gray Champion. 

In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, v. 2, pp. 9-24. 

In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 9-24. 

In Riverside Aldine Classics, 1900, pp. 81-92. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1900, no. 145, pp. 80-91. 

In Short Stories, 1903. 

The Great Carbuncle, by the author of The Wedding 
Knell. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 156-175. 
In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 1, pp. 49-78. 
In Lilliput Classics, 1890, pp. 49-78. 
In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 49-78. 
In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 42-60. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 

The Haunted Mind. 

In the Token, 1835, pp. 76-82. 

The Hollow of the Three Hills. 

In Salem Gazette, November 12, 1830. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 
Howe's Masquerade, by the author of Twice-Told Tales. 

In Democratic Review, May, 1838, v. 2, pp. 129-140. 

In Boston Book, 1841, pp. 168-189. 

In American Prose, 1880, pp. 70-88. 

In Short Stories, 1903. 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle. Province House. 
In Democratic Review, December, 1838, v. 3, pp. 321-332. 
In Salem Gazette, December 18, 1838. 

Legends of New England. 

104 pp. plate, T. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 1877. 

(Vest Pocket Series, no. 2.) 

Contents 

The Gray Champion 

The May-Pole of Merry Mount 

Endicott and the Red Cross ^ 

Roger Malvin*s Burial 



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Legends op New England. 

104 pp. T. Boston, James R, Osgood & Co. 1881. 

(Modem Classics, no. 28.) 

Contents same as in Vest Pocket Series. 
Legends of the Province House. 

Contents 

Howe's Masquerade 
Edward Randolph's Portrait 
Lady Eleanore's Mantle 
Old Esther Dudley 
Legends of the Province House. 

Ill pp. plate, T. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 

1877. (Vest Pocket Series, no. 3.) 
Legends of the Province House. 

Ill pp. plate, T. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1882. 

(Modern Classics, no. 29.) 
Legends of the Province House; Illustrated by Frank 

T. Merrill. 

7+104 pp. illus. Q. Troy, Nims & Knight. 1890. 
Legends of ye Prouince House; with Illustrations by 

Frank T. MerriU. 

7+104 pp. illus. plates, square Q. Boston, S. E. 

Cassino. 1890. 
Legends of the Province House. 

New edition. 244 pp. O. London, W. Scott. 1894. 
Has frontispiece by T. Eyre Macklin. 
Colonial Stories; Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill. 

8+104 pp. illus. plates, Q. Boston, L. C. Page & 

Co. 1897. 

The running title is Colonial Stories. 
Colonial Stories; Dlustrated by Frank T. Merrill. 

8+104 pp. illus. plates, O. Boston, Joseph Knight 

Co. 1897. 

The running title is Legends of the Province House. 
Legends of the Province House, and Other Twice- 

ToLD Tales. [Edited by H. E. Scudder.] 



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145 pp. plate, S. Boston, Houghtorif Mifflin & Co. 

1900. (Riverside Aldine Classics.) 

Contents 

Legends of the Province House 

The Gray Champion 

The Great Stone Face 

The Snow-Image 
The Lily's Quest, an Apologue. 
In Southern Rose, 19 January, 1839. 
In Salem Gazette, March 12, 1839. 

In Picturesque Pocket Companion and Visitor's Guide through 
Mt. Auburn, 1839, pp. 230-239. 

Little Annie's Ramble; by the author of The Gentle Boy. 

In Youth's Keepsake, 1835, pp. 146-159. 

In Whittier, J. G., Child Life in Prose, 1872, pp. 13-21. 

In American Classics for Schools, 1882, pp. 23-32. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 22-31. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 
The Maypole of Merry Mount; by the author of The 

Gentle Boy. 

In the Token, 1836, pp. 283-297. 

In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 2, pp. 25-47. 

In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28, pp. 25-47. 

The Mermaid. 

In the Token, 1835, pp. 106-121. 
Reprinted in Twice-Told Tales, as The Village Uncle. 
The Minister's Black Veil, a Parable; by the author of 

Sights from a Steeple. 

In the Token, 1836, pp. 302-320. 

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe; The Story Teller, 
no. 2. 

In New England Magazine, December, 1834, v. 7, pp. 450-459. 
In Tales of Humor, 1840, pp. 164-179. 
In Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13, pp. 256-278. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 



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Night Sketches Beneath an Umbrella. 

In the Token, 1838, pp. 81-89. 
Night Sketches Under an Umbrella. 

In Salem Gazette, January 22, 1839. 
Old Esther Dudley. Province House. 

In Democratic Review, January, 1839, v. 5, pp. 51-59. 
The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet; by the author 

of The Gray Champion. 

In New England Magazine, July, 1835, v, 9, pp. 8-16. 
Reprinted in Twice-Told Tales, as The White Old Maid. 

In Arcturus, January, 1842, v. 3, pp. 121-130. 
Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure; by the author of 

Twice-Told Tales. 

In the Token, 1838, pp. 37-65. 

In Good Stories, 1867, part 1, pp. 61-82. 

In Famous Stories by DeQuincey, Hawthorne, and Others, 1878. 

In Aldrich, T. B. Editor, Good Stories, v. 1. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 
Prophetic Pictures. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 289-307. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 
A Rill from the Town Pump. 

In New England Magazine, June, 1835, v. 8, pp. 473-478. 

In Tales of Humor, 1840, v. 2, pp. 81-88. 

In Griswold, R. W., Prose Writers of America, 1847, pp. 472-474. 
A Rill from the Town Pump, with Remarks by Telba. 

London. 1857. 

Published as a temperance tract. 
A Rill from the Town Pump. 

Louisville, Kentucky. 1876. 

Printed in New York, or Wait's, point for the use of the bhnd. 
Mrs. Bullfrog was added to it in 1880. 
A Rill from the Town Pump. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 54-61. 
The Seven Vagabonds; by the author of The Gentle Boy. 

In the Token, 1833, pp. 49-71. 



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The Shaker Bridal; by the author of Twice-Told Tales. 

In the Token, 1838, pp. 117-125. 

PubKshed as original, in the London Metropolitan in 1850. 
See also TRANSLATIONS 
Sights from a Steeple. 

In the Token, 1831, pp. 41-51. 

In Duyckinck, E. A. and G. L., Cyclopaedia of American 

Literature, 1875, v. 2, pp. 361-363. 
The Sister Years; being the Carrier's Address to the 

Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1839. 

8 pp. O. Salem. 1839. 

Although dated 1839 in the imprint, itwas undoubtedly printed 

at the close of 1838. New York PubHc Library Bulletin. 
The Sister Years. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40, pp. 86-95. 
The Annual Address of the Carrier Boys of the 

Salem Gazette and Essex County Mercury, Jan- 
uary 1, 1892. 

8 pp. O. 

The Sister Years is here given with an Introduction, as the 

New Year's Address. The writer ends his preface by saying, 

"I will not attempt to finish my address, but will give you 

instead the address that Hawthorne wrote 53 years ago." 
Snow-Flakes. 

In Democratic Review, February, 1838, v. 1, pp. 355-359. 
Sunday at Home; by the author of The Gentle Boy. 

In the Token, 1837, pp. 88-96. 
The Threefold Destiny; a Fairy Legend; by Ashley 

Allen Royce. 

In American Monthly Magazine, March, 1838, new series, v. 

5, pp. 228-235. 

In this appeared a Httle song of two four-line stanzas, which 

does not appear in the edition of 1842. 

In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1875, v, 12, pp. 204- 

215. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 78-89. 



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The Toll-Gatherer's Day; a Sketch of Transitory 

life. 

In Democratic Review, October, 1837, v. 1, pp. 31-35. 

In Salem Gazette, April 30, 1839. 

Reprinted in the edition of 1842, v. 1, but not included in the 

edition of 1837. 
The Village Uncle; an Imaginary Retrospect. 

See The Mermaid. 
The Vision of the Fountain; by the author of The 

Gray Champion. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1835, vol. 9, pp. 99-104. 
The Vision of the Fountain; by N. Hawthorn. 

In Salem Gazette, March 21, 1837. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29, pp. 70-77. 

Wakefield; by the author of The Gray Champion. 
In New England Magazine, May, 1835, vol. 8, pp. 341-347. 
In Johnson, E. R. Editor, Little Classics, 1874, v. 2, pp. 134- 
146. 

See also TRANSLATIONS 

The Wedding Knell; by the author of Sights from a 
Steeple. 

In the Token, 1836, pp. 113-124. 

In Riverside Literature Series, 1900, no. 145, pp. 69-79, 
The White Old Maid. 

See The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet. 
Tales of the White Hills. 
96 pp. T. Boston, James R, Osgood <& Co, 1877. 
(Vest Pocket Series, no. 1.) 
Contents 

The Great Stone Face 
The Great Carbuncle 
The Ambitious Guest 

Tales of the White Hills. 

96 pp. T. Boston, HoughUm, Mifflin & Co, 1881. 
(Modem Classics, no. 28.) 



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Contents 

The Great Stone Face 

The Great Carbuncle 

The Ambitious Guest 
In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28. 

A VISIT TO THE CLERK OF THE WEATHER 

A Visit to the Clerk of the Weather. 
In American Monthly Magazine, May, 1836, new series, 
V. 1, pp. 483-487. 
Attributed to Hawthorne by G. E. Woodberry. 

WALKING ON THE SEA 

Walking on the Sea [Poem]. 
In Griswold, Rufus Wilmot Editor , Scenes in the Life of 
the Saviour by the Poets and Painters, 1845, pp. 95-96. 

A WONDER-BOOK 

Contents 
The Gorgon's Head 
The Golden Touch 
Paradise of Children 
The Three Golden Apples 
The Miraculous Pitcher 
The Chimsera 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys. 
London, H. Bohn. 1851. 

A Wonder-Book ... 
London, Routledge. 1851. 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys; with 
engravings by Baker, from designs by Billings. 
256 pp. plates, D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & 
Fields. 1852. 



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A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys. 

^56 pp. plates, D. Boston, Ticknor, Reed & 
Fields. 1852. 

The paper of these two editions and the designs on cov- 
ers are different; otherwise alike. 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys; with 
illustrative engravings. 
6+213 pp. D. London, 21. G. Bohn. 1852. 

A Wonder-Book ... 

London, Knight & Son, 1865. 

A Wonder-Book . . . 

New Edition. London, Routledge. 1867. 

A Wonder-Book. 

Louisville, Kentucky. 1878. 

Printed in Kne letter by the American printing house 
for the blind. 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys; with 
illustrations by F. S. Church. 
150 pp. illus. front. Q. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1884. 

Twelve impressions have been issued. 

A Wonder-Book ... 

2 V. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1886. (Riverside Literature Series, nos. 17- 
18.) 

A Wonder-Book . . . with 60 designs by Wal- 
ter Crane. 

10+210 pp. illus. plates, O. Boston, Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & Co. 1892. 

Five impressions have been issued, also a large paper 
edition. 



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A Wonder-Book . . . 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1893. (Sa- 
lem Edition.) 

Ten impressions have been issued. 

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boto, and True 

Stories from History and Biography. 

241 pp. D. Philadelphia, David McKay, 

1894. (American Classic Series.) 
A Wonder-Book, and Tanglewood Tales; 

with a frontispiece by Walter Crane. 

424 pp. plate, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 

& Co, 1896. (Riverside School Library.) 
Contains a sketch of the life of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
A Wonder-Book. 

New York, T, Y, Crowell & Co, 1896. (Handy 

Volume Classics, Pocket Edition.) 
A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys, and 

Tanglewood Tales; with illustrations. 

421 pp. plates, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin 

& Co, 1898. 
Three impressions have been printed from the plates of 

the Riverside Edition. 
In the Wonder-Book the illustrations of the Crane 

Edition were reproduced in half tone; and in the Tangle- 
wood Tales some of the illustrations by Edwards were 

reproduced. 
A Wonder-Book; with 12 colored Illustrations 

by H. Granville Fell. 

190 pp. O. London, Dent, 1903. 
A Wonder-Book . . . 

New edition. 254 pp. O. London, Ward, Lock 

& Co, 1903. 



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A Wonder-Book. 

180 pp. illus. D. New York, E. P. DuUon. 

1903. 
A Wonder-Book, edited for school use by L. E. 

Wolfe. 

13+236 p. portrait, S. New York, Macmillan 

Co, 1905. (Macmillan's Pocket American and 

English Classics.) 

SEPARATE STORIES 

The Chimera. 

In Kingston, W. H., My First Cruise, 1866. (Cassell's Story 

Books for the Young.) 

In Hewitt, Mary, Treasury of New Favorite Tales, [1861]. 
The Golden Touch. 

In American Classics for Schools, 1882, pp. 73-82. 

THE YOUNG PROVINCIAL 
The Young Provincial. 

In the Token, 1830, pp. 127-145. 

First included in the Old Manse Edition, but probably 
was not written by Hawthorne. 

CALENDARS 

In 1886 and in 1887 Hawthorne calendars were issued, 
giving selections from his works. 
Selections from the writings of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne, arranged under the days of the year, 
and accompanied by memoranda of anniver- 
saries of noted events, and of the birth and 
death of famous men and women; unpaged. 
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1889. 
Six editions have been issued. 



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TRANSLATIONS 

Sammtliche Werke, aus DEM Englischen. 
5 V. O. Bielefeld, Velhagen & Klasing. 1851- 
1852. 
Contents 
Vol. 1. Der Scharlach-Buchstabe ; aus dem Engl. 

libertr. von L. Dubois. 1851. 
Vols. 2-3. Das Haus der Sieben Giebel, Deutsch von 

Aug. Diezmann. 1851. 
Vols. 4-5. Zweimal erzahlte Geschichten, ausgewahlt 
und aus dem Engl. uber. von L. Dubois. 
1852. 

Trois Contes, traduits de TAnglais par Leroy 
et Scheffter. 

Paris, Hachette et Cie. 1853. 
Ccmtents 

Catastrophe de M. Higginbotham 

La Fille de Rapaccini 

David Swan 

Contes Etranges, imites d'Hawthorne; par 
E. A. Spoil, precedes d'une Etude sur Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 
Paris, Librairie Contemporaine. 1866. 
First Edition. 

Contes Etranges; Traduction d'E. A. Spoil. 
3 + 313+[l]p. D. Paris, C. ie^y. 1876. 

Second Edition. 
Contents 

Notice Biographique 
La Marque de Naissance 



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La Fille aux Poisons 
La Grande Figure de Pierre 
Le Tresor 

L'Experience du Docteur Heidegger 
L'Image de Neige 
La Combe des Trois Collines 
L' Amour du Beau 
Les Caprices du Sort 
La Promenade de la Petite Annie 
La Statue de Bois 
Le Voyage de Noce 
M. Wakefield 

La Catastrophe de M. Higginbotham 
La Grande Escarbouncle 
Les Portraits Prophetiques 
Blithedale, ein Roman; Deutsch von Wilhelm 
E. Drugulin. 

2 V. O. Leipzig, Kollman, 1853. (Bibliothek 
Amerikanische, v. 15, 16.) 

Blithedale, ein Roman; Deutsch von Aug. W. 
Peters. 
343 pp. O. Bremen, Kuhtmann & Co. 1870. 

Ein Besuch auf der Eisenbahn nach der 
HiMMLiscHEN Stadt; nach dem Englisehen 
versasst von Salomon Neitz. 
60 pp. illus. D. Philadelphia. 1853. 

Das Sieben-Giebel-Haus; Deutsch von Wil- 
helm E. Drugulin. 

3 parts, 540 pp. O. Bibliothek Europaische, 
series 6, nos. 540-542. 

La Maison aux Sept Pignons; traduit par 
E. D. Forgues. 
Paris, Hachette et Cie. 1865. 



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Le Journal d'un Croiseur sur la Cote Oc- 

ciDENTALE DE l'Afrique (par Nathaniel 

Hawthorne). " 

In Revue Britanmque, 1845-1846. 
Miriam; oder, Graf und Kunstlein; naeh 

dem Engl. Transformation; Deutsch von Clara 

Marggraff. 

3 V. 620 pp. O. Leipzig, Gunther. 1862. 
Miriam; traduit par A. Vermovel. 

In Revue Contemporaine, 15 March, 30 March, 15 April, 

30 April, 1865, v. 79, pp. 138-181, 277-317, 333-576, 

673-702. 
La Lettre Rouge; Roman americain; traduit 

par Old Nick. 

252 pp. D. Paris, DeGonet 1853. ? 

Old Nick is a pseudonym of E. D. Forgues. 
La Lettre Rouge A. 

Paris, Hachette et Cie, 1865. (Bibliotheque des 

Meilleurs Romans Etrangers.) 

La Lettre Rouge. 

80 pp. illus. O. Lagny, Imprimerie de Vialat & 

Cie. [187-.] 
Der Scharlachbuchstabe; nach der 2 auflage 

aus dem Englisehen libersetzt von Wilhelm E. 

Drugulin. 

2 V. 462 pp. O. Leipzig, Kollman, 1851. 
Der Scharlachbuchstabe; nach der 2 auflage 

aus dem Englisehen libersetzt von Wilhelm E. 

Drugulin. 

2 V. 462 pp. O. Leipzig, Kollman, (Bibliothek 

Amerikanische, vols. 240, 241.) 
Second edition. 



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La Fiancee du Shaker; traduit par Paul Mas- 
son. 
In Revue Bleue, 16 November, 1889, v. 44, pp. 627-630. 

Le Livre des Merveilles; Contes pour les 
Enfans, tires de la Mythologie; traduits 
de TAnglais par Leonce Rabillon. 
2 V. illus. D. Paris, Hachette & Cie. 1858. 
(Bibliotheque Rose lUustree.) 

EiN WUNDERBUCH FUR KnABEN UND MaDCHEN 

. . . nach dem Englischen . . . f iir die deutschen 
Jugend bearbeitet von A. Strodtmann. 
Berlin. [1862.] 

Contains 8 colored pictures by Hosemann. 
Le Livre des Merveilles. 

2 V. D. New York, W, R, Jenkins. 1903. 
(Bibliotheque Rose.) 



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DRAMATIZATIONS 

Peck, Elizabeth Weller. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter, 
dramatized; a play in 5 acts. 
72 pp. D. Boston, Franklin Press : Rand^ 
Avery & Co. 1876. 

Damrosch, Walter. 

The Scarlet Letter; Opera in 3 acts. Op. 1; 
words by George Parsons Lathrop, after Haw- 
thorne's romance; vocal score by the com- 
poser. 

3+307 pp. Q. Leipzig, Breitkopf & H'drtel 
1896. 

Smith, James Edgar. 
The Scarlet Stigma; a Drama in four acts, 
founded upon Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel, 
^ The Scarlet Letter. 
88 pp. T. Washington, James /. Chapman. 
1899. 

Hatton, Joseph. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

A dramatization which was presented in 1892 by Mans- 
field. No record has been found that it was published. 



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BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM 

LIVES, DIARIES, AND LETTERS 

Bridge, Hobatio. Personal Recollections of Nathaniel 

Hawthorne. 

In Harper's Magazine, January-March, 1892, v. 84, pp. 257- 

265, 359-372, 510-521. 
Bridge, Horatio. Personal Recollections of Nathaniel 

Hawthorne. 

9+200 pp. 2 portraits, plates, D. New York, Harper 

& Bros. 1893. 

Based on the three papers originally written for Harper's 

Magazine. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

224+13 pp. O. New Yoik, Scribner & Welford. 1890. 

(Great Writers.) 
Dhaleine, L. N. Hawthorne, sa Vie et son CEuvre. [These 

pour le doctorat, soutenue devant le Faculte des Lettres 

de r Universite de Paris.] 

510 pp. O. Paris, Hachette & Cie. 1905. 

Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. 

128 pp. portrait, plates, T. Boston, James R. Osgood 
& Co. 1876. (Vest Pocket Series.) 

In 1881 this was bound with numbers 1 and 2 of the Vest 
Pocket Series, to form Modem Classics no. 28. 
Fields, Mrs. Annie (Adams). Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
15+136 pp. portrait, T. Boston, Small, Maynard & 
Co. 1899. (Beacon Biographies.) 
Bibliography on pp. 133-136. 

Hawthorne, Julian. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife. 
2 V. portraits, D. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 1885. 
A large paper edition also was issued. 



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Hawthorne, Julian. Hawthorne and his Circle. 

21+371 pp. portraits, plates, O. New York, Harder 

& Bros. 1903. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Twenty Days with Julian and 

Little Bunny; a Diary, now first printed from the original 

manuscript. 

85 pp. O. New York, Privately printed. 1904. 
30 copies printed. Copyrighted by S. H. Wakeman. 

James, Henry. Hawthorne. 
6+183 pp. D. London, Macmillan & Co. 1879. (Eng- 
Ush Men of Letters.) 

James, Henry. Hawthorne. 

177 pp. D. ^ewYoik, Harper iSt Bros. 1880. (EngEsh 
Men of Letters.) 

Reprint of EngKsh Edition, 1879. 

James, Henry. Hawthorne. 

ISiewYoik, Harper iSc Bros. 1887. (Handy Series, no. 133.) 
[Japp, Alexander Hay.] Memoir of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne; with Stories now first pubHshed in this country, 
by H. A. Page. 

11+301 pp. D. London, H. S. King. 1872. 
Contents 
Preface 

Biographical Sketch 
Mother Eigby's Pipe [Feathertop] 
Passages from a Relinquished Work 
Sketches from Memory 
The Notch of the White Mountains 
The Canal Boat 
The Duston Family 
April Fools 

A Virtuoso's Collection 
A Prize from the Sea [Sir William Phips] 
Lathrop, George Parsons. A Study of Hawthorne. 
350 pp. S. Boston, James R, Osgood & Co. 1876. 



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Lathrop, Rose (Hawthorne). Memories of Hawthorne. 
12+482 pp. portrait, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 1897. 
PiCKARD, Samuel Thomas, Editor, Hawthorne's First 
Diary; with an account of its discovery and loss, by 
Samuel T. Pickard. 

6+4+115 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1897. 
Julian Hawthorne calls this "a clumsy and leaky fabrication." 
A review of this by G. P. Lathrop is in the Book Buyer, Feb- 
ruary, 1898, V. 16, pp. 59-61. 
WooDBERRY, George Edward. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
302 pp. portrait, D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
1902. (American Men of Letters.) 
A large paper edition also was issued. 

Hawthorne in the Boston Custom House. Extracts 
from his Private Letters. 
In Atlantic Monthly, February, 1868, v. 21, pp. 106-111. 

Letters from Nathaniel EUwthorne and Mrs. Haw- 
thorne TO Mr. Chorley. 

In Chorley, H. F., Autobiography, Memoirs, and Letters 1873, 
V. 2, pp. 108-113, 166, 167. 

In Chorley, H. F., Recent Art and Society as Described in the 
Autobiography and Memoirs; compiled by C. H. Jones; 1874, 
pp. 226-229, 241-242. 
In Chorley, H. F., Personal Reminiscences, 1887, pp. 60-65. 

Unpublished Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In Athenaeum, August 10 and 17, 1889, pp. 191, 192, 225. 

Reprinted in the Critic, August 31, 1889, v. 12, pp. 104, 105; 
September 7, 1889, v. 12, pp. 115, 116. 

[Two Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne.] 

In JoHne, Adrian Hoffman, Meditations of an Autograph Col- 
lector, 1902, pp. 39-41, 158. 

Hawthorne, Julian. A Group of Hawthorne Letters. 
In Harper's Magazine, March, 1904, v. 108, pp. 602-607. 



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Letters can also be found in the biographies of many of his 
friends. No attempt has been made to make a record of them 
here. 
The Bibliophile Society has acquired over 200 letters of Haw- 
thorne, most of them written to his wife, dated from the time he 
was at Bowdoin nearly up to the time of his death. These will 
probably be printed by the Society. 

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SKETCHES 

Besides the references here given, much material, both bio- 
graphical and critical, may be found in the biographies of his 
friends and associates, — Emerson, Longfellow, Lowell, Tho- 
reau, Whittier, and many others; also in the accounts and his- 
tories of Brook Farm. The histories of American Uterature, 
too, include matter of greater or less value. 

Abbott, A. W. Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter. 

In North American Review, July, 1850, v. 71, pp. 135-148. 

Adams, Charles Francis. Hawthorne. 
In Harvard Magazine, July, 1855, v. 1, pp. 330-335. 
His early opinion of Hawthorne. 

Adams, Charles Francis. Hawthorne's place in Literature. 
In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, 1905, 
pp. 42-76. 

Albee, John. Hawthorne. 

In Unitarian Review, May, 1885, v. 23, pp. 419-431. 

Alcott, Amos Bronson. Hawthorne. 
In his Concord Days, 1872, pp. 193-197. 

Alden, William Livingston. Scenes from the Marble 
Faun. 
In Scribner's Monthly, September, 1871, v. 2, pp. 493-494. 

Allibone, Samuel Austin. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In his Dictionary of Authors, 1859, v. 1, pp. 804-806. 

Ammidon, Philip R. Hawthorne's Last Sketch. [Chiefly 
About War Matters.] 
In New England Magazine, June, 1886, v. 1, pp. 516-526. 



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Abmes, William Dallam. Hawthorne and the Hawaiian 

Premier. 

In the Critic, October 1, 1887, v. 11, pp. 165. 
[Bacon, Theodore.] Delia Bacon. 1888, pp. 164-S17. 
Gives Hawthorne's connection with the Baconian theory of 

the authorship of Shakespeare. 
Barnes, W. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Methodist Quarterly Review, January, 1866, v. 48, pp. 51-64. 
Barrett, E. W. Lessons on American Authors. Haw- 
thorne. 

In Education, March, 1894, v. 14, pp. 417-420. 
Bartlett, George B. The Home of Hawthorne. 

In his Concord Guide-Book, 1885, pp. 59-68. 
Bates, Katharine Lee. Idealism [Nathaniel Hawthorne]. 

In her American Literature, 1898, pp. 299-315. 
Bates, Katherine Lee. Introductions. 

In Editions of Hawthorne published by Thomas Y. Crowell & 

Co. 
Belden, Henry Marvin. Poe's Criticism of Hawthorne. 

In AngHa, new series, v. 11, pp. 376-404. 
[Benjamin, Park.] A Review of the Token for 1836. 

In American Monthly Magazine, October, 1836, new series, 

V. 2, pp. 405-407. 
Contains 8 Hues laudatory of Hawthorne's Tales in that 

volume. 
Benson, Eugene. Poe and Hawthorne. 

In the Galaxy, December, 1868, v. 6, pp. 742-748. 
Bolton, Sarah Knowles. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his 

Family. 

In her Famous American Authors, 1887, pp. 104-132. 
Bradford, Thomas. The Romances of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne. 

In Westminster Review, August, 1894, v. 142, pp. 203-214. 
Brown, Edith Baker. The Hawthorne Centenary. 

In Harper's Weekly, June 25, 1904, v. 48, pp. 986-987. 



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Browne, Matthew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In St. Paul's Magazine, May, 1871, v. 8, pp. 150-161. 

In Littell's Living Age, June 17, 1871, v. 109, pp. 707-713. 

In Eclectic Magazine, August, 1871, v. 77, pp. 174-180. 
Brownell, William Crary. James's Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, January 29, 1880, v. 30, pp. 80-81. 
BuNGAT, George Washington. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Off Hand Takings, 1854, pp. 210-213. 
Burton, Richard. Hawthorne. 

In his Literary Leaders of America, 1903, pp. 99-134. 
Pp. 124-134 contain an abridgment of The Snow-Image. 
Capen, Oliver Bronson. Country Homes of Famous 

Americans. VIII. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Country Life, July, 1904, v. 6, pp. 242-245, 282-283. 
Cary, Elisabeth Luther. Hawthorne and Emerson. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 25-27. 
Casseres, Benjamin de. Hawthorne, Emperor of Shadows. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 37-45. 
Cheney, John Vance. Hawthorne. 

In his Golden Guess, 1891, pp. 257-292. 

Contents 
Mr. James' Hawthorne, pp. 257-268. 
The Hawthomes of the Scariet Letter, pp. 269-292. 
[Chorley, Henry. Notice of the Token for 1835.] 

In the Athenaeum, November 7, 1835, pp. 830-831. 

Gives extracts from The Wedding Knell and The Minister's 

Black Veil. 
[Chorley, Henry. Review of Transformation.] 

In Athenseum, March 3, 1860, pp. 296-297. 
Clark, Sylvia. Hens in the House of the Seven Gables. 

In Journal of Education, August 14, 1890, v. 32, pp. 101-102. 
Coleridge, M. E. Questionable Shapes of Hawthorne. 

In Littell's Living Age, August 6, 1904, v. 242, pp. 348-353. 
Collyer, Robert. Hawthorne [Review of the Note-Books, 

Boston, 1868]. 

In Western Monthly, January, 1869, v. 1, pp. 30-34. 



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Conway, Moncxjre Daniel. Concerning Hawthorne and 

Brook Farm. 

In Every Saturday, January 2, 1869, v. 7, pp. 13-18. 
Conway, Moncxjre Daniel. Nathaniel Hawthorne and 

Sophia Hawthorne. 

In his Emerson at Home and Abroad, 1882, pp. 256-278. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. An Exhumed Sketch by 

Nathaniel Hawthorne and Some Reflections thereon. 

In Open Court [Chicago], December 5, 1889, v. 3, pp. 1968- 

1970. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. Hawthorne, His Uncollected 

Tales in the Token Beginning with 1830. 

In New York Times Saturday Review, June 8, 1901, pp. 397^^ 

398. 
The tales mentioned are, The Young Provincial, The Fated 

Family, The Haunted Quack, The Adventurer, My Wife's 

Novel, The Bald Eagle, The Modern Job. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. The Secret of Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, June 30, 1904, v. 78, pp. 509-510. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. My Havrthome Experience. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 21-25. 
Cook, Keningale. American NoveKsts. III. Nathaniel 

Hawthorne. 

In Belgravia, November, 1872, v. 19, pp. 72-79. 
Cooke, George Willis. Concord History and Life. 

In New England Magazine, June, 1898, v. 18, pp. 425-443. 
CoPELAND, Charles Townsend. Hawthorne's Use of his 

Material. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 56-60. 
Courtney, William Leonard. Hawthorne's Romances. 

In Fortnightly Review, October, 1886, v. 46, pp. 511-522. 

In his Studies, New and Old, 1888, pp. 77-99. 
CoxE, Arthur Cleveland. The Writings of Hawthorne. 

In Church Review [New Haven], January, 1851, v. 3, pp. 

489-511. 



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Crawford, Mart Caroline. The Old Manse and Some 

of its Mosses. 

In her Romance of Old New England Rooftrees, 1903, 

pp. 324-340. 
Ctjmmings, C. a. Hawthorne. 

In Christian Examiner, January, 1865, v. 78, pp. 89-106. 
Curtis, George William. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Homes of American Authors, 1852, pp. 289-313. 

In his Literary and Social Essays, 1895, pp. 31-60. 

In Hubbard, Elbert. Little Journeys to the Homes of American 

Authors, 1896, pp. 199-236. 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [Miss 

Lander's bust of Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, May, 1860, v. 20, pp. 845-846. 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [Death 

of Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, August, 1864, v. 29, p. 405. 
Curtis, George William. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, October, 1864, v. 99, pp. 539-557. 

In Rice, A. T. Editor, Essays from the North American Review, 

1870, pp. 334-357. 

In Curtis, G. W., Literary and Social Essays, 1895, pp. 61-93. 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [James's 

Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, November, 1880, v. 61, pp. 945-947, 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [James's 

Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, February, 1881, v. 62, p. 470. 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [Authors 

and Artists and their Critics. Havd;home.] 

In Harper's Magazine, July, 1886, v. 73, pp. 164, 309-311. 
Curtis, George William. Hawthorne and Brook Farm. 

In his From the Easy Chair, 1894, Series 3, pp. 1-19. 
Curtis, Mrs. Jessie Kingsley. The Marble Faun. An 

Interpretation. 

In Andover Review, August, 1892, v. 18, pp. 139-147. 



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Dana, Olive E. Nathaniel Hawthorne; Memorial Exer- 
cise. 
In Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, pp. 276-277. 

Dennett, J. R. Hawthorne's English Note-Books. 
In the Nation, July 28, 1870, v. 11, pp. 59-61. 

Desmond, Maky E. Associations of Hawthorne [and 
Salem, Mass.] 
In Catholic World, January, 1902, v. 74, pp. 455-465. 

Dicey, Edwakd. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Macmillan's Magazine, May, 1864, v. 10, pp. 241-246. 

Drake, Samuel Adams. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In his Our Great Benefactors, 1884, pp. 116-124. 

DuTTON, S. W. S. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In New Englander, January, 1847, v. 5, pp. 56-69. 

D[tjyckinck], E[vert] A[ugustus]. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In Arcturus, May, 1841, v. 1, pp. 330-337. 

[DuYCKiNCK, Evert Augustus.] Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In Democratic Review, April, 1845, v. 16, pp. 376-384. 

DuYCKiNCK, Evert Augustus. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Duyckinck, Cyclopaedia of American Literature, 1875, v. 2, 

pp. 355-367. 
Emmerton, James Arthur, and Waters, Henry F. 

Pedigree of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In their Gleanings from English Records about New England 

Families, 1880, pp. 53-55. 
Essex Institute. Exercises in Commemoration of the 

Centennial of the Birth of Nathaniel Hawthorne by the 

Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., Thursday afternoon, June 

23, 1904. 8 pp. 2 portraits, O. [Salem, 1904.] 

Essex Institute. The Proceedings on the one hundredth 
Anniversary of the Birth of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In its Historical Collections, January, 1905, v. 41, pp. 1-116. 
The portrait given is the same as that on page 81 of the num- 
bered copies. 



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Essex Institute. The Proceedings in Commemoration of 

the one hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Nathaniel 

Hawthorne, held at Salem, Mass., June 23, 1904. 

6+16 pp. 22 portraits, plate, O. Salem, Mass. Essex Institvte. 

1904. 

An edition of 250 numbered copies was printed from the same 

plates as the Historical Collections, but with the folio number- 
ing at the bottom of the pages. 
Etienne, L. Conteurs americains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revue Contemporaine, May 30, 1857, v. 31, pp. 633-663. 
Fields, James Thomas. Our Whispering Gallery. 

In Atlantic Monthly, February-May, 1871, v. 27, pp. 246-257, 

380-392, 504-512, 639-653. 

Contains a passage in which President Lincoln was described, 

which was suppressed from Hawthorne's Chiefly about War 

Matters, when issued in the Atlantic for July, 1862. 
Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. 

In his Yesterdays with Authors, 1875, pp. 39-124. 

In Vest Pocket Series, 1877, no. 1. 

In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28. 
Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, October 9, 1886, v. 9, pp. 177-178. 

From the Youth's Companion. ^ 

Fletcher, Jefferson Butler. Nathaniel Hawthorne and 

MoraKty. 

In Harvard Monthly, February, 1887, v. 3, pp. 176-181. 
FoRGUEs, Paul Emile Dourand. Poetes et Romanciers 

Americains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revue des Deux Mondes, April 15, 1852, v. 14, pp. 337-365. 
Fuller, Frederick T. Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller 

OssoU. 

In Literary Worid, January 10, 1885, v. 16, pp. 11-15. 
Gale, Mrs. Martha Tyler. The Marble Faun, an Alle- 
gory; with a Key to its Interpretation. 

In New Englander, October, 1861, v. 19, pp. 860-870. 

In New Englander, January, 1892, v. 56, pp. 26-36. 



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Gates, Lewis Edwards. Hawthorne. 

In his Studies and Appreciations, 1900, pp. 92-109. 
Giles, Henry. The Scarlet Letter. 

In his Illustrations of Genius, 1854, pp. 66-90. 
G[reenslet], F[erris]. Woodberry's Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1902, v. 90, pp. 563-567. 
Gribble, Francis. Hawthorne from anEngUsh Point of 

View. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 61-66. 
Gribble, Francis. The Hawthorne Centenary. 

In Fortnightly, August, 1904, v. 82, pp. 260-269. 
Griffin, Gilderay Wells. [Review of the Scarlet Letter.] 

In his Studies in Literature, 1871, pp. 219-224. 
Griswold, Mrs. Hattie Tyng. Hawthorne. 

In her Home Life of Great Authors, 1887, pp. 207-219. 
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Prose Writers of America, 1847, pp. 470-482. 

Includes The Rill from the Town Pump, David Swan, The 

Celestial Railroad. 
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In International Magazine, May, 1851, v. 3, pp. 156-160. 
Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josepha. [Notice of Fanshawe.] 

In Ladies' Magazine, November, 1828, [v. l], pp. 526-527. 
Hall, Robert C. Portraits of Hawthorne. 

In Athenseum, June 18, 1887, p. 799. 

A quotation from this in the Critic, July 9, 1887, v. 7, p. 12. 
Hannigan, D. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Place in Litera- 
ture; a "Personal View." 

In Literature, October 26, 1901, v. 9, pp. 387-388. 

In Littell's Living Age, December 14, 1901, v. 231, pp. 720-724. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. The Old Manse at Concord. 

In Appleton's Journal, September 14, 1872, v. 8, pp. 300-301. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. A Day at Salem. 

In Appleton's Journal, October 2, 1875, v. 14, pp. 431-432. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. Hawthorne's Homes. 

In New York Evening Post, January 14, 1877. 



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Harris, Amanda Bartlett. The Home of the " Concord 

Grape." 

In New York Evening Post, July 18, 1879. 

Mr. Bull speaks of his next door neighbor, Mr. Hawthorne. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. Hawthorne. 

In her American Authors for Young Folks, 1887, pp. 87-106. 
Harrison, James Albert. The Rome of The Marble 

Faun. 

In his A Group of Poets, 1875, pp. 103-131. 
The Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Way- 
side, Concord, Mass. July 4-7, 1904. 

8 + [1] + 208 pp. portrait, 6 plates, D. Boston, Hough' 

ton, Mifflin <fe Co. 1905. 
Hawthorne, Julian. The Salem of Hawthorne. 

In Century, May, 1884, v. 6, pp. 3-17. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Scenes of Hawthorne's Romances. 

In Century, July, 1884, v. 6, pp. 380-397. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Problems of The Scarlet Letter. 

In Atlantic Monthly, April, 1886, v. 57, pp. 471-485. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Hawthorne's Philosophy. 

In Century, May, 1886, v. 10, pp. 83-93. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Hawthorne's Last Years. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 67-71. 
Hawthorne, Mrs. [Sophia Peabody]. Notes in England 

and Italy. 

549 pp. D. New York, G. P. Putnam. 1869. 

549 pp. portrait, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1891. 
Hazeltine, Mayo Williamson. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Chats about Books, Poets and Novelists, 1883, pp. 260- 

271. 
Hewitt, Rev. A. F. Hawthorne's Attitude toward CathoU- 

cism. 

In Catholic Worid, October, 1885, v. 42, pp. 21-34. 
Heywood, Joseph Converse. Philosophy of Crime. Haw- 
thorne. 

In his How they Strike Me, These Authors, 1877, pp. 161-182. 



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HiGGiNsoN, Thomas Wentworth. An Evening with Mrs. 

Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1871, v. 28, pp. 432-433. 

In his Contemporaries, 1899, pp. 102-107. 
HiGGiNSON, Thomas Wentworth. Hawthorne's Last 

Bequest. [Septimius Felton.] 

In Scribner's Monthly, November, 1872, v. 5, pp. 100-116. 
HiGGiNSON, Thomas Wentworth. Hawthorne. 

In Literary World, January 18, 1879, v. 10, pp. 25-31. 

In his Short Studies of American Authors, 1880, pp. 2-11. 
HiGGiNSON, Thomas Wentworth. Hawthorne and his 

Wife. 

In Atlantic Monthly, February, 1885, v. 55, pp. 259-265. 
HiGGiNSON, Thomas Wentworth. A Precursor of Haw- 
thorne. 

In Independent, March 29, 1888, v. 40, pp. 385-386. 
HiLLARD, George Stillman. EngKsh Note-Books of 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, September, 1870, v. 26, pp. 257-272. 
HiLLARD, Katharine. Hawthorne as an Interpreter of 

New England. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1895, v. 12, pp. 732-736. 
[Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Review of Hawthorne's 

Twice-Told Tales. Boston, 1837.] 

In American Monthly Magazine, March, 1838, new series, 

V. 5, pp. 281-283. 
HoLDEN, George H. Hawthorne among his Friends. 

In Harper's Magazine, July, 1881, v. 63, pp. 260-267. 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. [On Hawthorne's Death.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1864, v. 14, pp. 98-101. 
Hood, Edward P. Editor. [Hawthorne.] 

In his Master Minds of the West, pp. 505-558. 
HoRwiLL, Herbert W. Hawthorne's "America" Fifty 

Years After. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 71-73. 



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Houghton, Ross C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Methodist Review, May, 1888, v. 48, pp. 409-433. 
Houghton, Walter R. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Kings of Fortune, 1886, pp. 586-598. 
Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward. Two Glimpses of Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, June 18, 1881, v. 1, pp. 158-159. 
Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe. American Bookmen. 

IX. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Bookman, December, 1897, v. 6, pp. 326-337. 

In his American Bookmen, 1898, pp. 220-221. 
HowELLs, William Dean. Recent Literature. [Passages 

from the French and Italian Note-Books.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1872, v. 29, pp. 624-626. 
HowELLS, William Dean. James's Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, February, 1880, v. 45, pp. 282-285. 
HowELLs, William Dean. [Nathaniel Hawthorne.] 

In his My Literary Passions, 1895, pp. 186-188. 
HowELLs, William Dean. Hawthorne's Hester Prynne, 

Hawthorne's Zenobia and Priscilla, and Miriam and 

Hilda. 

In his Heroines of Fiction, 1901, v. 1, pp. 161-189. 
HowELLS, William Dean. PersonaUty of Hawthorne. 

[Review of Hawthorne and his Circle.] 

In North American Review, December, 1903, v. 177, pp. 872- 

882. 
Hutton, Richard Holt. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Essays, Theological and Literary, 1871, v. 2, pp. 392-449. 
Hutton, Richard Holt. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Essays in Literary Criticism, 1876, pp. 98-155. 
Hutton, Richard Holt. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Literary Essays, 1888, pp. 437-490. 
James, Henry. Hawthorne's French and Itahan Journals. 

In the Nation, March 14, 1872, v. 14, pp. 172-173. 

James, Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature, 1897, 
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Contains selections from Hawthorne on pp. 7061-7096. 

In Warner Classics, 1899, v. 2, pp. 11-32. 
[Japp, Alexander Hay.] Hawthorne in Undress, by 

H. A. P. 

In the Argosy, February, 1872, v. 13, pp. 109-115. 
Jepson, George Edwin. Hawthorne in the Boston Custom 

House. 

In Bookman, August, 1904, v. 19, pp. 573-580. 

Some lately discovered facts which are at variance with the 

hitherto accepted data of his biographers. 
Johnson, Charles Frederick. Hawthorne. 

In his Three Englishmen and Three Americans, 1886, pp. 132- 

173. 
Johnson, W. H. [Review of Woodberry's Life of Haw- 
thorne.] 

In the Critic, December, 1902, v. 41, pp. 509-511. 
Johnson, W. H. A New Book about Hawthorne. [Review 

of Hawthorne and his Circle.] 

In the Dial, December 16, 1903, v. 35, pp. 466-467. 
Joline, Adrian Hoffman. 

In his Meditations of an Autograph Collector, 1902, pp. 39-41, 

158. 

Contains two letters. 
Kendal, Charles. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Sharpe's London Magazine, 1865, new series, v. 26, pp. 

29-33. 
Kennedy, Willl^m Sloane. The Seclusion and Isolation 

of Hawthorne. 

In the CaHfornian, August, 1881, v. 4, pp. 124-126. 
KiNCAiD, Jean. ["The Wayside,"] Havrthome's Old Home 

in Concord, Mass. 

In Home Maker, December, 1890, v. 5, pp. 197-201. 
Lang, Andrew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In the Independent, September 26, 1889, v. 41, pp. 1237-1238. 

In his Adventures among Books, 1905, pp. 211-223. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Hawthorne's French and 

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In St. Paurs Magazine, December, 1871, v. 9, pp. 311-313. 

In Every Saturday, January 13, 1872, new series, v. 1, pp. 

3^40. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. History of Hawthorne's Last 

Romance [Septimius Felton]. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1872 v. 30, pp. 452-460. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Poe, Irving, and Hav^thome. 

In Scribner's Monthly, April, 1876, v. 11, pp. 799-806. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Hawthorne's Home and 

Study. 

In Our Continent, March 15, 1882, v. 1, p. 76. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. The Hawthorne Manuscripts. 

In Atlantic Monthly, March, 1883, v. 51, pp. 363-375. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Nathaniel Hawthorne's 

College Days. 

In Parton, James Editor, Some Noted Princes, Authors, etc., 

1885, pp. 312-318. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Some Portraits of Haw- 
thorne. 

In Century, April, 1887, v. 11, pp. 895-899. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. [Review of] Hawthorne's 

First Diary. 

In Book Buyer, February, 1898, v. 16, pp. 59-61. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Some Forgotten Hawthorne 

Verses, printed in 1845 in one of Griswold's books, and 

their authenticity. 

In New York Times Saturday Review, March 19, 1898, pp. 

161-162. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. The Hawthomes in Lenox; 

told in Letters by Nathaniel and Mrs. Hawthorne. 

In Century, November, 1894, v. 27, pp. 86-98. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Some Memories of Haw- 
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In Atlantic, February-April, 1896, v. 77, pp. 173-186, 373- 

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Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Hawthorne with his Chil- 
dren. [Readings from her Memories of Hawthorne.] 

In LitteU's Living Age, April 10, 1897, v. 213, pp. 144-147. 
Latimer, George D. Tales of Poe and Hawthorne. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1904, v. 30, pp. 692-703. 
Lawton, William Cranston. " The Scarlet Letter," and 

its Successors. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1898, v. 18, pp. 697-700. 
Lawton, William Cranston. Hawthorne. 

In his New England Poets, 1898, pp. 48-104. 
Lee, James Melvin. The Haunts of Hawthorne. 

In Four Track News, July, 1904, v. 7, pp. 45-47. 
[Leggett, William. Review of Fanshawe.] 

In Critic, November 22, 1828, v. 1, pp. 53-55. 
Lewin, Walter. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Academy, October 4, 1890, v. 38, pp. 285-286. 
A review of Conway's Life of Hawthorne. 
Lewin, Walter. Nathaniel Hav^thorne. 

In Bookman [London], July, 1904, v. 26, pp. 121-128. 
LiBBY, DoRViLLE. The Supernatural in Hawthorne. 

In Overland Monthly, February, 1869, v. 2, pp. 138-143. 
Link, Samuel Albert. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

56 pp. New York, C. J. Bell. 1902. (Biographies of 

Great American Authors, no. 4.) 
Little, George Thomas. Hawthorne's " Fanshawe " and 

Bowdoin's Past. 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, pp. 179-186. 
Livingston, L. S. The First Books of Some American 

Authors. Hawthorne . . . 

In Bookman, September, 1898, v. 8, pp. 38-40. 
Logan, Mrs. John A. Hav^thome's Home. 

In the Home Magazine, November, 1890, v. 3, p. 7. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Hawthorne's Twice- 

Told Tales. 

In North American Review, July, 1837, v. 45, pp. 69-73. 

In his Prose Works, Riverside Edition, 1886, v. 1, pp. 360-367. 



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[LoRiNG, George B. Review of The Scarlet Letter.] 

In Massachusetts Quarterly, September, 1850, v. 3, pp. 484- 

600. 
Lowell, James Russell. [Review of The Marble Faun.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, April, 1860, v. 5, pp. 509-510. 
Mabie, Hamilton Wright. The Work of Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, July, 1904, v. 179, pp. 13-23. 
Mabie, Hamilton Wright. Hawthorne in the New World. 

In his Backgrounds of literature, 1904, pp. 305-328. 
From the North American Review. 
MacCabe, James Dabnet, Jr. Hawthorne. 

In his Great Fortunes and how they were Made, 1871, pp. 578- 

589. 
Mallary, Raymond DeWitt. With Hawthorne in Lenox. 

In his Lenox and the Berkshire Highlands, 1902, pp. 136-160. 
Manning, Elizabeth. The Boyhood of Hawthorne. 

In Wide Awake, November, 1891, v. 33, pp. 500-518. 
Marble, Annie Russell. Gloom and Cheer in Haw- 
thorne. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 28-36. 
Markwick, Edward. Hawthorne and his Wife. 

In Temple Bar, December, 1885, v. 75, pp. 523-538. 
Mason, Miriam P. Hawthorne Agonistes. [Dr. Grim- 

shawe's Secret.] 

In the Dial, February, 1883, v. 3, pp. 222-224. 
Mather, Frank Jewett, Jr. [Review of Woodberry's 

Hawthorne.] 

In the Forum, January, 1903, v. 34, pp. 393-397. 
Matthews, Brander. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In St. Nicholas, March, 1895, v. 22, pp. 384-391. 
Matthews, Brander. Hawthorne. 

In his Introduction to the Study of American Literature, 1896, 

pp. 110-123. 
M[ayo], A[mory] D[wight]. The Works of Nathaniel Haw- 
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In Universallst Quarterly, July, 1851, v. 8, pp. 272-293. 



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Mitchell, Donald Grant. Editor's Easy Chair. [Haw- 
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In Harper's Magazine, May, 1853, v. 6, pp. 849-850. 
Mitchell, Donald Grant. Hawthorne. 

In his American Lands and Letters, Leather Stocking to Poe, 

1899, pp. 202-271. 
MiTFORD, Mary Russell. American Prose Writers, Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 

In her Recollections of a Literary Life, 1852, pp. 515-531. 
Montegut, Emile. Un Roman Socialiste en Amerique. 

[BKthedale Romance.] 

In Revue des Deux Mondes, December 1, 1852, v. 16, pp. 809- 

841. 
MontiSgut, Emile. Un Romancier Pessimiste en Ame- 
rique. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revux des Deux Mondes, August 1, 1860, v. 28, pp. 668- 

703. 
Montegut, Emile. Contes Etranges Imites d'Hawthorne 

par E. A. Spoil, Precedes d'une Etude par E. Montegut. 

Clichy. 1866. 
More, Paul Elmer. The SoUtude of Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, November, 1901, v. 88, pp. 588-599. 

In his Shelburne Essays, 1904, series 1, pp. 22-50. 
More, Paul Elmer. The Origins of Hawthorne and Poe. 

In his Shelburne Essays, 1904, series 1, pp. 51-70. 
More, Paul Elmer. Looking Before and After. 

In Independent, June 30, 1904, v. 5Q, pp. 1489-1494. 
MoRLEY, George. In the Footsteps of Hawthorne, A Rural 

Sketch. 

In his Sketches of Leafy Warwickshire, 1895, pp. 97-102. 
MoRLEY, George. Hawthorne's Warwickshire Haunts. 

In Gentleman's Magazine, April, 1900, v. 288, pp. 408-413. 

In LitteU's Living Age, May 12, 1900, v. 225, pp. 379-383. 

In Eclectic Maga2dne, July, 1900, v. 135, pp. 28-32. 
Morse, James Herbert. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, February 17, 1883, v. 3, pp. 65-66. 



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Morse, James Herbert. Nathaniel Hawthorne again. 

[Dr. Grimshawe's Secret.] 

In Century, June, 1883, v. 4, pp. 309-311. 
Hunger, Theodore Thornton. Notes on The Scarlet 

Letter. 

In Atlantic Monthly, April, 1904, v. 93, pp. 521-535. 

In his Essays for the Day, 1904, pp. 103-153. 
Hunger, Theodore Thornton. The Hawthorne Cen- 
tenary. 

In Century, July, 1904, v. 46, pp. 482-483. 
Nevins, Winfield S. The Homes and Haunts of Haw- 
thorne. 

In New England Magazine, November, 1893, v. 9, pp. 289- 

306. 
Nichol, John. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his American Literature, an Historical Sketch, 1882, pp. 

322-352. 
Noble, James Ashcroft. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Para- 
dox [that * Selfishness is one of the QuaHties apt to inspire 

Love ']. 

In his Impressions and Memories, 1895, pp. 65-76. 
O'Connor, Evangeline Haria. Analytical Index to the 

Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, With a Sketch of his Life. 

294 pp. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1882. 
O'CoNOR, Rev. J. V. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Catholic Worid, November, 1880, v. 32, pp. 231-237. 
Osborne, John Ball. Nathaniel Hawthorne as American 

Consul. 

In Bookman, January, 1903, v. 16, pp. 461-464. 
Packard, George T. College Days of Hawthorne. 

In Christian Union, June 26, 1890, v. 41, pp. 900-901. 
Pancoast, Henry Spackman. Hawthorne. 

In his Introduction to American Literature, 1898, pp. 190-199. 
Study list on p. 199. 
Pattee, Fred Lewis. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his History of American Literature, 1896, pp. 240-256. 



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Payne, William M. [Review of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 

In the Dial, March 1, 1903, v. 34, p. 147. 
Peabody, Andrew Preston. Hawthorne's Twice-Told 

Tales. 

In Christian Examiner, November, 1838, v. 25, pp. 182-190. 
Peabody, Andrew Preston. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, January, 1853, v. 76, pp. 227-248. 
A review of Blithedale Romance and House of the Seven Gables. 
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. Genius of Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, September, 1868, v. 22, pp. 359-374. 
A review of The Marble Faun. 
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. The Two Hawthornes 

[Nathaniel and JuKan]. 

In the Western, June, 1875, new series, v. 1, pp. 352-359. 
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. Hawthorne's Marble Faun. 

In her Last Evening with Allston, 1886, pp. 293-330. 
Peck, Harry Thurston. The Scarlet Letter [The Play, 

the Acting]. 

In Boston Evening Transcript, October 1, 1892. 

A criticism of the dramatization by Joseph Hatton, as played 

by Mansfield. 
Perry, Bliss. Hawthorne at North Adams. 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1893, v. 71, pp. 675-682. 

In his The Amateur Spirit, 1904, pp. 117-139. 
Perry, Bliss. The Centenary of Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, August, 1904, v. 94, pp. 195-206. 

An address deHvered at Bowdoin College in conmiemoration 

of the one hundredth anniversary of Hawthorne's birth. 
Phelps, Austin. Theology of The Marble Faun. 

In his My Portfolio, 1882, pp. 130-139. 
PiCKARD, Samuel Thomas. Is " Hawthorne's First Diary " 

a Forgery ? 

In the Dial, September 16, 1902, v. 33, pp. 155. 
PoE, Edgar Allan. [Two Reviews of Twice-Told Tales.] 

In Graham's Magazine, April-May, 1842, v. 20, pp. 254, 

298-300. 



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In his Complete Works edited by James Harrison, 1902, v. 11, 

pp. 102-113. 
PoE, Edgar Allan. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Literati, 1850, pp. 188-202. 
Pollock, Lady, Juliet Creed. Imaginative Literature 

of America [Hawthorne]. 

In Contemporary Review, August, 1873, v. 22, pp. 358-363. 

In Every Saturday, September 13, 1873, new series, v. 4, 

pp. 287-289. 
Porter, John Addison. The " Dr. Grimshawe " MSS. 

In New Englander, May, 1883, v. 42, pp. 339-353. 
PuRCELL, A. [Review of Julian Hawthorne's Nathaniel 

Hawthorne and his Wife.] 

In Academy, November 29, 1884, v. 26, pp. 350-352. 
A quotation from this is in the Critic, October 2, 1884, p. 299. 
QuiNN, Arthur Hobson. [Review of] Memories of Haw- 
thorne [by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop]. 

In the Citizen, October, 1897, v. 3, pp. 182-183. 
Reed, Hope. The Marble Faun. 

In the Western, May-June, 1879, new series, v. 5, pp. 265-273. 
Richardson, Charles Francis. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his American Literature, 1889, v. 2, pp. 330-389. 

In Stedman & Hutchinson, Library of American Literature, 

1890, V. 11, pp. 54-60. 
RoBBiNS, Alice Marion. Hawthorne's Historic Back- 
ground. 

In Vassar Miscellany, June, 1892, v. 21, pp. 456-459. 
[RoBBiNS, E. W.] The Marble Faun. 

In New Englander, May, 1860, v. 18, pp. 441-452. 
Robinson, Charles J. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Ancestry. 

In Academy, December 6, 1884, v. 26, p. 376. 
Robinson William Stevens. [Nathaniel Hawthorne.] 

In his " Warrington " Pen Sketches, 1877, pp. 66-67. 
Roe, a. C. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Teachings. 

In Catholic Presbyterian, July- August, 1881, v. 6, pp. 33-42, 

197-213. 



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Roe, Alfred Seelye. Hawthorne's Birthday. 

In his American Authors and their Birthdays, 1888, pp. 35-42. 

(Riverside Literature Series, extra no. A.) 

Contents 
Materials for a Sketch of the Romancer's Life. 
Chronological List of Events in the Life of Hawthorne. 
Programmes. 
Russell, Percy. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

Li his Guide to British and American Novels, 1894, pp. 281- 

282. 
Saintsbury, George. [Review of Henry James's Haw- 
thorne.] 

In Academy, January 17, 1880, v. 17, pp. 40-41. 
Salt, Harris Shirley. Romances of Hawthorne. 

In Progress, September, 1887, pp. 262-269. 

In his Literary Sketches, 1888, pp. 189-207. 
ScHONBACH, Anton. Beitrage zur Charakteristik Nathaniel 

Hawthorne's. 

In EngUsche Studien, 1884, v. 7, pp. 239-303. 
ScHONBACH, Anton. Beitrage zur Charakteristik Nathaniel 

Hawthorne's. 

65 pp. O. Altenburg, Stephan Geibel <& Co. 1884. 
ScHONBACH, Anton. Beitrage zur Charakteristik Nathaniel 

Hav^home's. 

In his Gesammelte Auf satze zur neueren Litteratur in Deutsch- 

land, Oesterreich, Amerika, 1900, pp. 270-347. 
S[chuyler] E[ugene]. The Italy of Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, July 11, 18, 1889, v. 49, pp. 31-32, 48-49. 

In his Italian Influences, 1901, pp. 308-332. 
[ScuDDER, Horace Elisha. On the Illustrating of The 

Marble Faun and Our Old Home.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1891, v. 67, pp. 122-123. 
Selby, Thomas Gunn. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his The Theology of Modem Fiction, 1896, pp. 66-87. 
Sewell, John S. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Englander, May, 1885, v. 44, pp. 403-423. 



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Shipman, Carolyn. Illustrated Editions of " The Scarlet 

Letter." 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 46-51. 
Smiles, Samuel. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Brief Biographies, 1860, pp. 257-^69. 
This chapter is not in the 1881 edition. 
Smith, Alexander. A Shelf in my Book-Case. 

In his Dreamthorp, 1864, pp. 191-213. 
Smith, George Barnett. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Quarteriy Magazine, 1875, pp. 274-303. 

In his Poets and NoveHsts, 1875, pp. 151-206. 
Smyth, Albert H. Critical Studies in American Literature. 

II. A Novel, "The Marble Faun," Hawthorne. 

In Chautauquan, February, 1900, v. 30, pp. 522-526. 
Smyth, Albert H. Critical Studies in American Literature. 

IV. A Short Story, "The Great Stone Face." 

In Chautauquan, April, 1900, v. 31, pp. 75-79. 
The text of the story is not given. 
Snow, Florence L. An Inner View of Hawthorne. 

In Commonwealth [Denver], October-November, 1890. 
Starbuck, Charles C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Andover Review, January, 1887, v. 7, pp. 31-46. 
Stearns, Frank Preston. Hawthorne. 

In his Sketches from Concord and Appledore, 1895, pp. 29-68. 
Stephen, Leslie. Hours in a Library. Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne. 

In Comhill Magazine, December, 1872, v. 26, pp. 717-734. 

In his Hours in a Library, 1874, pp. 256-298. 

In his Hours in a Library, 1875, pp. 204-237. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Harper's Magazine, October, 1872, v. 45, pp. 683-696. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. The Hawthomes. 

In the Critic, December 13, 1884, v. 5, pp. 277-278. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Encyclopaedia Britanm'ca, ninth edition, 1880, v. 11, pp. 

536-538. 



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Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Library Magazine, January, 1885, new series, v. 5, pp. 75- 

78. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Lippincott's Magazine, February, 1889, v. 43, pp. 250-259. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. My Acquaintance with Haw- 
thorne. 

In his Recollections, Personal and literary, 1903, pp. 116-133. 
Symonds, Joseph White. Nathaniel Hawthorne, an Ora- 
tion DeUvered before the Alumni of Bowdoin College, 

. . . July 10, 1878. 

40 pp. O. Portland. 1878. 
Symonds, Joseph White. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, pp. 169-177. 

Passages from an unpublished address delivered before the 

Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. 
Symons, Arthur. Estimate of Hawthorne. 

In the Lamp, March, 1904, v. 28, pp. 102-107. 
Symons, Arthur. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Studies in Prose and Verse, 1904, pp. 52-62. 
Taylor, Bayard. Hawthorne. 

In his Critical Essays and Literary Notes, 1880, v. 1, pp. 354- 

357. 
Thayer, William Roscoe. Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 

In American, January 27, 1883, v. 5, pp. 250-251. 
Thayer, William Roscoe. The Works of Hawthorne. 

In American, March 31, 1883, v. 5, pp. 393-394. 
Thompson, Maurice. Studies of Prominent NoveKsts. 

No. 5. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Book News, February, 1888, v. 6, pp. 261-262. 
Ticknor, Howard Malcom. Hawthorne as seen by his 

PubHshers. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 51-55. 
Torrey, Bradford. Writers that are Quotable. [Haw- 
thorne.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, March, 1899, v. 83, pp. 407-411. 



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Tbent, William Peterfield. History of American Liter- 
ature, 1903. [Various references to Hawthorne.] 
Trollope, Anthony. Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, September, 1879, v. 129, pp. 

203-233. 
TucKERMAN, Henry Theodore. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Southern Literary Messenger, June, 1851, v. 17, pp. 344-349. 

In his Mental Portraits, 1853, pp. 250-270. 

In Littell's Living Age, June 11, 1864, v. 81, pp. 518-524. 
Tuckerman, Henry Theodore. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Lippincott's Magazine, May, 1870, v. 5, pp. 498-507. 
Underwood, Francis H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Good Words, October, 1887, v. 28, pp. 664-671. 
Walsh, William Shepard. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Pen Pictures of Modern Authors, 1882, v. 3, pp. 150-160. 
[Ware, Henry.] Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Appleton's Journal, October 1, 1870, v. 4, pp. 405-408. 
Webber, Charles Wilkins. Hawthorne. [Review of 

Twice-Told Tales and Mosses.] 

In American Review, a Whig Journal, September, 1846, v. 4, 

pp. 296-313. 
Welsh, Alfred Hix. Hawthorne, 

In his Development of English Literature and Language, 1882, 

V. 2, pp. 502-518. 
Wendell, Barrett. [Hawthorne.] 

In his Literary History of America, 1900, pp. 425-435. 
Wheatland, Henry. Ancestry and Birthplace of Haw- 
thorne. 

In Essex Institute. Bulletin, March, 1871, v. 3, pp. 25-29. 
Whibley, Charles. Centenaries of Hawthorne and 

George Sand. 

In Blackwood's Magazine, August, 1904, v. 176, pp. 255-262. 
Whipple, Edwin Percy. The Ludicrous Side of Life. 

In his Lectures on Subjects connected with Literature and life, 

1853, pp. 122-155. 
Contains very brief mention of Hawthorne. 



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Whipple, Edwin Percy. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1860, v. 5, pp. 614-622. 

In his Character and Characteristic Men, 1886, pp. 218-242. 
Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. Hawthorne's Salem Haunts. 

In Munsey's Magazine, December, 1898, v. 20, pp. 370-378. 

Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. The Salem of Hawthorne. 

In Criterion, July, 1904, v. 27, pp. 5-7. 

In his New England in Letters, 1904, pp. 59-84. 
Wise, Daniel. Nathaniel Hawthorne, the Popular Author. 

In his Men of Renown, 1886, pp. 94-118. 
Wolfe, Theodore Frelinghuysen. Hawthorne's Way- 
side Home; In Berkshire with Hawthorne. 

In his Literary Shrines, 1895, pp. 58-67, 153-198. 
WooDBERRY, George Edward. Hawthome in his Own 

Family. 

In the Nation, December 18, 1884, v. 39, pp. 525-526. 

WooDBERRY, George Edward. Hawthome and Everett. 
In the Nation, October 9, 1902, v. 75, p. 283. 

He states that Edward Everett wrote My Wife's Novel, and 
The Modern Job, which had been attributed to Hawthorne. 

WooDBERRY, George Edward. [The Influence of Puri- 
tanism on Hawthorne.] 
In Harper's Magazine, February, 1903, v. 106, pp. 428-429. 

Woods, Kate Tannatt. Hawthorne's First Printed Arti- 
cle [in the Palladium]. 

In Magazine of American History, March, 1890, v. 23, pp. 
237-240. 

Wright, Henrietta Christian. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
In her Children's Stories in American Literature, 1895, series 1, 
pp. 108-122. 



[ ns ] 

REVIEWS AND OTHER ANONYMOUS ARTICLES, AR- 
RANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 

The Hawthokne Family of Salem, Mass. 

Chart 21.5 x 28 cm. O. N.p. N.d. 
A Preamble to Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Arcturus, January, 1842, v. 3, pp. 152-155, 394. 
Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales. 

In Boston Miscellany, February, 1842, v. 1, p. 92. 
Mosses from an Old Manse. 

In Athenaeum, August 8, 1846, pp. 807-808. 
The American Library. [Criticism of the Mosses of an 

Old Manse.] 

In Blackwood's Magazine, November, 1847, v. 62, pp. 587-592. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Literary World, March 30, 1850, v. 6, pp. 323-325. 
Review of The Scarlet Letter. 
[The ScARLEf Letter.] 

In Littell's Living Age, May 4, 1850, v. 25, pp. 203-207. 
From the New York Tribune. 
[Review of The Scarlet Letter.] 

In Athenaeum, June 15, 1850, v. 24, pp. 634. 
The International Magazine, v. 1, pp. 202, has a one-column 

review of this article. 
Hawthorne and his Mosses, by a Virginian spending 

July in Vermont. 

In Literary World, August 17-24, 1850, v. 7, pp. 125-127, 145- 

147. 
The Scarlet Letter. 

In Brownson's Quarterly Review, October, 1850, v. 7, pp. 528- 

532. 
The House of the Seven Gables. 

In Literary World, April 26, 1851, v. 8, pp. 334-336. 
The House of the Seven Gables. 

In Athenaeum, May 24, 1851, pp. 545-547. 



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Hawthorne's Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys. 

In Literary World, November 29, 1851, v. 9, pp. 424-425. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In National Magazine, January, 1852, v. 2, pp. 17-24. 
New Tales by Hawthorne. [Snow-Image and Other 

Twice-Told Tales.] 

In Literary World, January 10, 1852, v. 10, pp. 22-27. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Monthly Magazine, February, 1852, v. 94, pp. 202-207. 

In Littell*s Living Age, April 3, 1852, v. 33, pp. 17-19. 
Hawthorne. Review op The Blithedale Romance. 

In Literary World, June 5, 1852, v. 10, pp. 391-392. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Eliza Cook's Journal, June 19, 1852, v. 7, pp. 121-124. 
The Blithedale Romance. 

In Athenaeum, July 10, 1852, pp. 741-743. 
Hawthorne's Blithedale Romance. 

In Literary World, July 24, 1852, v. 11, pp. 52-54. 
The Blithedale Romance. 

In New Monthly Magazine, July, 1852, v. 95, pp. 334-343. 

In Littell's Living Age, August 14, 1852, v. 34, pp. 327-332. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In To-Day, a Boston Literary Journal, September 18, 1852, 

V. 2, pp. 177-181. 
Hawthorne's Life of Franklin Pierce. 

In Literary World, September 25, 1852, v. 11, pp. 195-196. 
Hawthorne's Life of Pierce. Perspective. 

In Democratic Review, September, 1852, v. 31, pp. 276-288. 

Contemporary Literature of America. [On the BUthe- 

dale Romance.] 

In Westminster Review, October, 1852, v. 58, pp. 592-598. 
The Blithedale Romance. 

In Brownson's Quarterly Review, October, 1852, new series, 

V. 6, pp. 561-564. 



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Homes of American Authors. [A review of the chapter on 

Hawthorne.] 

In Literary World, November 27, 1852, v. 11, pp. 341. 
The Blithedale Romance. 

In American Whig Review, November, 1852, v. 16, pp. 417-424. 
American Authorship, by Sir Nathaniel. No. 3, Nathan- 
iel Hawthorne. 

In New Monthly Magazine, June, 1853, v. 98, pp. 202-212. 

In Littell's Living Age, July 16, 1853, v. 38, pp. 154-160. 

In Eclectic Magazine, August, 1853, v. 29, pp. 481-488. 
Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales. 

In Literary World, September 10, 1853, v. 13, pp. 99-101. 
Review of Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales, 1853. 

In Graham's Magazine, September, 1853, v. 43, pp. 333-335. 
American Novels. 

In North British Review, November, 1853, v. 20, pp. 81-99. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 7, 1854, v. 40, pp. 51-59. 
Reading Raids. I. American Literature. Poe, Hawthorne. 

In Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, January, 1855, v. 26, pp. 36-41. 
Modern Novelists Great and Small. 

In Blackwood's Magazine, May, 1855, v. 77, pp. 562-566. 

In Littell's Living Age, June 16, 1855, v. 45, pp. 649-652. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Dublin University Magazine, October, 1855, v. 46, pp. 463- 

469. 

In Eclectic Magazine, November, 1855, v. 36, pp. 996-1001. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, December, 1856, v. 27, pp. 756- 

757. 
Transformation. 

In Saturday Review, March 17, 1860, v. 9, pp. 341-342. 

In Littell's Living Age, May 12, 1860, v. 65, pp. 323-325. 
Belles Lettres. [The Romance of Monte-Beni.] 

In Westminster Review, April, 1860, v. 73, pp. 624-627. 
American Imaginings. [A review of Transformation.] 

In DubHn University Magazine, June, 1860, v. 55, pp. 679-688. 



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Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Littell's Living Age, June 23, 1860, v. 65, pp. 707-723. 

From the Universal Review. 
Imaginative Literature. [Hawthorne and George Eliot.] 

In North British Review, August, 1860, v. 33, pp. 165-185. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In National Review [London], October, 1860, v. 11, pp. 453-481. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 26, 1861, v. 68, pp. 217-232. 
Hawthorne in Relation to Art. 

In the Crayon, October, 1860, v. 7, pp. 299-301. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne on England and the English. 

In the Reader, September 26, 1863, v. 2, pp. 336-338. 

In Littell's Living Age, November 7, 1863, v. 79, pp. 243-250. 
Chiefly extracts from Our Old Home. 
American Views of the English Character. 

In the Reader, October 3, 1863, v. 2, pp. 367-368. 

This is a leading article on the text of the review of Our Old 

Home, which appeared in the Reader, September 26, 1863, v. 

2, pp. 336-338. 
Hawthorne's English Sketches. [Our Old Home.] 

In North American Review, October, 1863, v. 97, pp. 588-589. 
A Handful of Hawthorne. 

In Punch, October 17, 1863, v. 45, p. 161. 

In Littell's Living Age, November 21, 1863, v. 79, pp. 339-340. 
Mr. Hawthorne on England. 

In Spectator, October 3, 1863, v. 36, pp. 2578-2580. 

In Littell's Living Age, November 21, 1863, v. 79, pp. 344-347. 
Hawthorne on England. [Our Old Home.] 

In Blackwood's Magazine, November, 1863, v. 94, pp. 610-623. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 2, 1864, v. 80, pp. 15-16. 
Contains only a part of the Blackwood article. 
New Englanders and the Old Home. 

In Quarterly Review, January, 1864, v. 115, pp. 42-68. 

Contains review of Emerson's English Traits and Haw- 
thorne's Our Old Home. 

In Littell's Living Age, February 20, 1864, v. 80, pp. 339-353. 



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Mr. Hawthorne on England and the English. [Our 

Old Home.] 

In Christian Remembrancer, January, 1864, v. 47, pp. 165-188. 

In Littell's Living Age, April 16, 1864, v. 81, pp. 99-114. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Spectator, July 18, 1864, v. 37, pp. 705-706. 

In Littell's Living Age, July 30, 1864, v. 82, pp. 219-222. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's Death. 

In Examiner, June 18, 1864, pp. 387-388. 

In LitteU's Living Age, July 30, 1864, v. 82, p. 222. 
The Transcendentalists of Concord. 

In Eraser's Magazine, August, 1864, v. 70, pp. 245-264. 
Pp. 250-252 are on The Blithedale Romance. 

In Littell's Living Age, October 15, 1864, v. 83, pp. 99-105. 
Pp. 104-105 are on The Blithedale Romance. 
Mr. Hawthorne's Last Fragment. [Pansie.] 

In Spectator, September 17, 1864, pp. 1075-1076. 

In Littell's Living Age, October 22, 1864, v. 83, pp. 147-149. 
Hawthorne's Works. 

In Williams Quarterly, March, 1865, v. 12, pp. 160-163. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Once a Week, June 27, 1868, v. 18, pp. 562-563. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North British Review, September, 1868, v. 49, pp. 173-208. 

In Every Saturday, October 10, 1868, v. 6, pp. 458-472. 

In Littell's Living Age, October 10, 1868, v. 99, pp. 67-86. 
Hawthorne. 

In Littell's Living Age, October 31, 1868, v. 99, pp. 292-295. 
A review of the article in the North British Review, September, 

1868, V. 49, pp. 173-208. 
The Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Saturday Review, December 5, 1868, v. 26, pp. 752-753. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 23, 1869, v. 100, pp. 251-253. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's Private Diary. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 2, 1869, v. 100, pp. 62-64. 
From the London Review. 



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Literature. [Hawthorne.] 

In Putnam's Magazine, January, 1869, v. 13, pp. 116-118. 
Hawthorne's American Note-Books. 

In North American Review, January, 1869, v. 108, pp. 323-325. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne's Note-Books. 

In Spectator, January 2, 1869, v. 42, pp. 14-15. 

In Littell's Living Age, February 27, 1869, v. 100, pp. 544- 

546. 
The Writings of Hawthorne. 

In Southern Review, April, 1870, v. 7, pp. 328-354. 
Passages from the English Note-Books of Nathaniel 

Hawthorne. 
' In Pall Mall Gazette, August 17, 1870, p. 2. 

In Pall Mall Budget, August 20, 1870, pp. 27-28. 

In LitteU's Living Age, October 1, 1870, v. 107, pp. 52-54. 
A Day in Hawthorne's Haunts, by a Westerner. 

In Overiand Monthly, June, 1870, v. 4, pp. 516-520. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Cornhill Magazine, March-May, 1871, v. 23, pp. 321-336, 

444-456, 566-576. 

In Littell's Living Age, January 25, 1873, v. 166, pp. 195-207. 
Hawthorne's "First Impressions of France and Italy." 

In Lippincott's Magazine, April, 1871, v. 7, p. 452. 
Topics of the Time. Rather a SKm Rehgion. 

In Scribner's Monthly, July, 1871, v. 2, pp. 318-319. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In London Quarterly Review, October, 1871, v. 37, pp. 48-78. 
Culture and Progress at Home. Hawthorne. 

In Scribner's Monthly, October, 1871, v. 2, pp. 669. 
[French and Italian Note-Books.] 

In Lippincott's Magazine, May, 1872, v. 9, pp. 605-607. 
Septimius. 

In Saturday Review, July 20, 1872, v. 34, pp. 89-90. 

In Every Saturday, August 17, 1872, new series, v. 2, pp. 179- 

180. 



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[Septimius Felton.] 

In Lippincott*s Magazine, September, 1872, v. 10, p. 367. 
Life of Hawthorne [by H. A. Page] . 

In Saturday Review, December 28, 1872, v. 34, pp. 827-828. 
[Real Persons in Hawthorne.] 

In the Nation, February 19, 1874, v. 18, p. 125. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In American Cyclopedia, 1874, v. 8, pp. 535-537. 
[Lathrop's Study of Hawthorne.] 

In Lippincott's Magazine, September, 1876, v. 18, pp. 387-392. 
The Old Cabinet. Hawthorne. 

In Scribner's Monthly, October, 1876, v. 12, p. 903. 
Lathrop's Study of Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, October, 1876, v. 123, pp. 478-480. 
[Review of The Scarlet Letter with Miss Hallock's 

Illustrations.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, December, 1877, v. 40, p. 753. 
Hawthorne's Mosses from an Old Manse. 

In Notes and Queries, July 19, August 16, September 6, 1879, 

series 5, v. 12, pp. 47, 135, 198. 
The source of Peter Rugg, in A Virtuoso's Collection. 
[James's Hawthorne.] 

In Lippincott's Magazine, March, 1880, v. 25, pp. 389-391. 
Doctor Grimshawe's Secret. 

In Spectator, December 30, 1882, v. 55, pp. 1686-1687. 
Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 

In Saturday Review, January 6, 1883, v. 55, pp. 25-26. 
Review of Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 

In Athenaeum, January 6, 1883, v. 81, pp. 9-10. 
A Look into Hawthorne's Work Shop, being Notes 

FOR A Posthumous Romance. [Dr. Grimshawe's Se- 
cret.] 

In Century, January, 1883, v. 3, pp. 433-448. 
Hawthorne's Posthumous Romance. [Dr. Grimshawe's 

Secret.] 

In Literary World, January 13, 1883, v. 14, pp. 3-4. 



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[Review of Dr. Grimshawe's Secret.] 

In the Nation, January 18, 1883, v. 36, p. 66, 
Hawthorne and the Wayside. 

In the Critic, May 26, 1883, v. 3, p. 243. 
Review of Hawthorne and his Wife by Julian Haw- 
thorne. 

In Saturday Review, December 13, 1884, v. 58, pp. 759-760. 
Review of Julian Hawthorne's Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne AND HIS Wife. 

In Athenaeum, December 20, 1884, pp. 799-800. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife. 

In Literary World, December 27, 1884, v. 15, pp. 478-479. 
The Hawthorne-Fuller Case. 

In Literary World, January 10, 1885, v. 16, p. 10. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Book News, July, 1885, v. 3, pp. 257-258. 
From Primer of American Literature. 
Hawthorne's Modesty. 

In the Critic, July 11, 1885, v. 7, p. 23. 
From the Providence Journal. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, 1887, v. 3, 

pp. 124-130. 
Cephas G. Thompson and Hawthorne's Note-Books. 

In the Critic, January 14, 1888, v. 12, pp. 20-21. 
Reception Day. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Memorial Days. 

In School Journal, March 17, 1888, v. 35, pp. 172-173. 
" Wakefield." [Source of the story.] 

In American Notes and Queries, August 4, 1888, v. 1, pp. 157- 

159. 
The Original op "The Minister's Black Veil." 

In American Notes and Queries, September 22, 1888, v. 1, 

p. 241. 
Hawthorne's " Rappaccini's Daughter." 

In American Notes and Queries, February 9, 1889, v. 2, pp. 169- 

172. 



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Hawthorne's Villa at Florence. 

In the Nation, June 19, 1890, v. 50, pp. 486-487. 
Conway's Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, September 11, 1890, v. 51, pp. 216-217. 
A Sketch of Hawthorne [by Moncure D. Conway]. 

In Spectator, October 25, 1890, v. 65, pp. 563-564. 
American Fiction. [Hawthorne compared with Poe.] 

In Edinburgh Review, January, 1891, v. 173, pp. 47-65. 
The Spectator [on Hawthorne]. 

In Christian Union, May 28, 1891, v. 43, pp. 690-691. 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Progress [Chicago], July, 1897, v. 2, pp. 780-782. 
A brief sketch and extracts from his works. 
[Review of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 

In Outlook, December 6, 1902, v. 72, p. 850. 
[Criticism of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 

In Bookman, June, 1903, v. 17, pp. 336-338. 
[Review of Hawthorne and his Circle.] 

In Nation, November 19, 1903, v. 77, pp. 410-411. 
[Review of Hawthorne and his Circle.] 

In Athenaeum, May 21, 1904, v. 1, p. 650. 
The Hawthorne Centenary. 

In Outlook, July 2, 1904, v. 77, pp. 483-485. 
Hawthorne a Century after his Birth. 

In Review of Reviews, August, 1904, v. 30, pp. 232-233. 

POEMS 

Bates, Charlotte Fiske. At Hawthorne's Grave. 

In Longfellow, H. W., Poems of Places, 1878 v. 26, p. 171. 
Bennett, William. [Poem on the Marble Faun.] 

In Hawthorne, Julian, Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife, 

1884, V. 2, p. 253. 
Bright, Henry. Song of Consul Hav4i;home. 

In Conway, M. D., Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1890, p. 193. 
A parody of Longfellow's Hiawatha. 



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Buchanan, Thomas Walter. Hawthorne. 

In Yale Literary Magazine, November, 1888, v. 54, pp. 72-73. 
Channing, Ellery. Count Julian. 

In the Hawthorne Centenary, 1905, pp. 186-187. 
Chapman, Henry Leland. Hawthorne. 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, p. 178. 
Choate, Isaac Bassett. Hawthorne. 

In Boston Evening Transcript, May 21, 1904, p. 31. 
Choate, Isaac Bassett. At Hawthorne Rock — Ray- 
mond. . 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, p. 187. 
Gilder, Richard Watson. Hawthorne in Berkshire. 

In Century, December, 1897, v. 33, p. 303. 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. At the Saturday Club. 

In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1884, v. 53, pp. 68-71. 
16 lines are on Hawthorne. 
Included in his collected works. 
Johnson, L. Hav^thome. 

In Littell's Living Age, July 2, 1904, v. 242, p. 64. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Concord, a Poem on 

Hawthorne's Funeral. 

In Atlantic Monthly, August, 1864, v. 14, pp. 169-170. 

Included in his collected works under the title of Hawthorne. 

In his Poems of Places, 1878, v. 26, p. 169-171. 

In Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, p. 275. 

In Stedman & Hutchinson, Library of American Literature,' 

1888, V. 6, pp. 315-316. 
Lowell, James Russell. A Fable for Critics, 1848, pp. 

45-46. 

Contains his early opinion of Hawthorne. 
Lowell, James Russell. Agassiz. 

In his Heartease and Rue, 1888, lines 258-271. 
Contains his later opinion of Hawthorne. 
Mason, Frank Deater. Hawthorne 's Grave. 

In Longfellow, Poems of Places, 1878, v. 26, p. 172. 



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Peattie, Elia W. On a Blank Leaf in "The Marble 

Faun." 

In Century, October, 1891, v. 20, p. 847. 
Preston, Mrs. Margaret (Junkin). Aloofness, a sonnet. 

In Literary World, March 27, 1880, v. 11, p. 108. 

In Critic, July 10, 1886, v. 9, p. 18. 

In Great Thoughts, January, 1902, series 4, v. 9, p. 153. 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence. Hawthorne. 

In his Hawthorne and Other Poems, 1877, pp. 11-25. 

Read before the Society of the Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard 

University, June 28, 1877. 

In his Poetical Works, 1884, pp. 391-398. 
Thomas, Edith Matilda. The Eyes of Hawthorne. 

In Century, July, 1904, v. 46, pp. 350-351. 



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ALPHABETICAL 
LIST OF HAWTHORNE'S WORKS 

About Warwick {Our Old Home) 
The Acadian Exiles {Famous Old People) 
Adventurer 

Adventures of a Raindrop 

An Afternoon Scene {Sketches from Memory, Series 2) 
Alice Doane's Appeal 
Allegories of the Heart 
Egotism {Mosses) 
The Christmas Banquet {Mosses) 
The Ambitious Guest {Twice-Told Tales) 
American Note-Books 

The Ancestral Footstep {Sketches and Studies) 
The Antique Ring {Dolliver Romance). 
April Fools 

The Artist of the Beautiful {Mosses) 

At Home. (Passages from a Relinquished Work, from Mosses) 
Aubepine, Writings of {Mosses) 
The Bald Eagle 
Bald-Summit {Wonder-Book) 
Bells 

A BeU's Biography {Snow-Image) 

Bertram the Lime Burner, same as Ethan Brand {Snow-Image) 
Biographical Sketches {Fanshawe) 

Mrs. Hutchinson 

Sir William Phips 

Sir William Pepperell 

Thomas Green Fessenden 

Jonathan Cilley 
Biographical Stories {True Stories from History and Biography) 

Benjamin West 



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Sir Isaac Newton 

Samuel Johnson 

Oliver Cromwell \ 

Benjamin Franklin 

Queen Christina 
The Birthmark (Mosses) 
The Blithedale Romance 
A Book of Autographs (Dolliver Romance) 
The Boston Massacre (Liberty Tree) 
The Boston Tea Party 

The British Matron (selection from Our Old Home) 
** Browne's Folly " (Dolliver Romance) 
Buds and Bird Voices (Mosses) 
Burns, Some of the Haunts of (Our Old Home) 
The Canal Boat (Sketches from Memory, Series 1, from Mosses) 
The Canterbury Pilgrims (Snow-Image) 
The Celestial Railroad (Mosses) 
Chiefly about War Matters 
The Chimsera (Wonder-Book) 
Chippings with a Chisel (Twice-Told Tales) 
Christina, Queen (Biographical Stories , from True Stories). 
The Christmas Banquet (Mosses) 

Cilley, Jonathan (Biographical Sketches, from Fanshawe) 
Circe's Palace (Tanglewood Tales) 
Civic Banquets (Our Old Home) 

The Colonial Newspaper, (Old News, from Snow-Image) 
Consular Experiences (Our Old Home) 
Cromwell, Oliver (Biographical Stories, from True Stories) 
The Custom House (Scarlet Letter) 
David Swan (Twice-Told Tales) 

The Devil in Manuscript (Snow-Image) '■ 

Dr. Bullivant (Dolliver Romance) 
Dr. Grimshawe's Secret 

Dr. Heidegger's Experiment (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Dolliver Romance 
The Dragon's Teeth (Tanglewood Tales) 



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Drowne's Wooden Image (Mosses) 

The Duston Family 

Earth's Holocaust (Mosses) 

Edward Fane's Rosebud (Twice-Told Tales) 

Edward Randolph's Portrait (Legends of the Province House, 

from Twice-Told Tales) 
Egotism; or, The Bosom Serpent (Mosses) 
The Elixir of Life, same as Septimius Felton 
Endicott and the Red Cross (Twice-Told Tales) 
English Note-Books 
Ethan Brand, same as The Unpardonable Sin, and Bertram the 

Lime Burner (Snow-Image) 
Famous Old People 

The Acadian Exiles 

Old Fashioned School 

The Provincial Muster 

The Rejected Blessing 
Fancy's Show Box (Twice-Told Tales) 
Fanshawe 
The Fated Family 
Feathertop (Mosses) 
A Fellow Traveller (Passages from a Relinquished Work, from 

Mosses) 
Fessenden, Thomas Green (Biographical Sketches, from Fan- 
shawe) 
Fire Worship (Mosses) 
A ^Flight in the Fog (Passages from a Relinquished Work, from 

Mosses) 
Footprints on the Seashore (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Fountain of Youth, same as Dr. Heidegger's Experiment 

(Twice-Told Tales) 
Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man (Dolliver Romance). 
I 

11. My Home Return 
Franklin, Benjamin (Biographical Stories, from True Stories) 
French and Italian Note-Books 



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The Gentle Boy (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Ghost of Dr. Harris 
The Golden Fleece (Tanglewood Tales) 
The Golden Touch (Wonder-Book) 
The Gorgon's Head (Wonder-Book) 
Grandfather's Chair 

The Indian Bible 

The Lady Arabella 

Pine Tree Shillings 

Red Cross 

The Sunken Treasure 
Grandfather's Dream (Liberty Tree) 
Graves and Goblins (Dolliver Romance) 
The Gray Champion (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Great Carbuncle (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Great Stone Face (Snow-Image) 
The Hall of Fantasy (Mosses) 
The Haunted Mind (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Haunted Quack 
The Hill-Side (JVmder-Book) 
Hints to Young Ambition 
Historical Tales for Youth. 

The Hollow of the Three Hills (Twice-Told Tales) 
The House of the Seven Gables 
Howe's Masquerade (Legends of the Province House, from Twice 

Told Tales) 
Hutchinson, Mrs. [Anne] (Biographical Sketches, from Fan- 

shawe) 
The Hutchinson Mob (Liberty Tree) 
The Indian Bible (Grandfather's Chair) 

Inland Port (Sketches from Memory, Series 2, from Dolliver Ro- 
mance) 
The Intelligence Office (Mosses) 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving (Snow-Image) 
Johnson, Samuel (Biographical Stories, from True Stories) 
Journal of an African Cruiser 



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The Lady Arabella (Grandfather's Chair) 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle (Legends of the Province House, from 

Twice-Told Tales) * 

Leamington Spa (Our Old Home) 
Legends of the Province House (Twice-Told Tales) 

Howe's Masquerade 

Edward Randolph's Portrait 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle 

Old Esther Dudley 
Legends of New England 

The Gray Champion (Twice-Told Tales) 

The Maypole of Merry Mount (Twice-Told Tales) 

Endicott and the Red Cross (Twice-Told Tales) 

Roger Malvin's Burial (Mosses) 
Liberty Tree 

Lichfield and Uttoxeter (Our Old Home) 
Life of Franklin Pierce 
The Lily's Quest (Twice-Told Tales) 
Little Annie's Ramble (Twice-Told Tales) 
Little Daffydowndilly (Snow-Image) 
A London Suburb (Our Old Hmne) 
Main Street (Snow-Image) 
The Man of Adamant (Snow-Image) 
The Marble Faun 

The Maypole of Merry Mount (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Mermaid, same as The Village Uncle (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Minister's Black Veil (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Minotaur (Tanglewood Tales) 
The Miraculous Pitcher (Wonder-Book) 
Miriam (Translation from The Marble Faun) 
Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe (Twice-Told Tales) 
Mrs. Bullfrog (Mosses) 
The Modem Job 
Monsieur du Miroir (Mosses) 
Mosses from an Old Manse 
Mother Rigby's Pipe, same as Feathertop (Mosses) 



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My Home Return (Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man, 

from Dolliver Romance) 
My Kinsman, Major Molineux (Snow-Image) 
My Visit to Niagara (Dolliver Romance) 
My Wife's Novel 
The Nature of Sleep 
Near Oxford (Our Old Home) 
The New Adam and Eve (Mosses) 
The New England Village 

Newton, Sir Isaac (Biographical Stories, from True Stories) 
Niagara, My Visit to (Dolliver Romance) 
A Night Scene (Sketches from Memory, Series 2, from Dolliver 

Romance) 
Night Sketches beneath an Umbrella (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Notch of the White Mountains (Sketches from Memory, Series 

1, from Mosses) 
Notes of Travel 
Ocean 

The Old Apple Dealer (Mosses) 
Old Esther Dudley (Legends of the Province House, from Twice- 

Told Tales) 
The Old-Fashioned School (Famous Old People) 
The Old French War (Old News, from Snow-Image) 
The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet, same as The White Old Maid 

(Twice-Told Tales) 
The Old Manse (Mosses) 
Old News (Snow-Image) 

I The Colonial Newspaper 
n Old French War 
m The Old Tory 
Old Ticonderoga (Snow-Image) 
The Old Tory (Old News, from Snow-Im^e) 
An Old Woman's Tale (Dolliver Romance) 
Ontario Steamboat 
Om* Evening Party among the Mountains (Sketches from Memory, 

Series 1, from Mosses) 



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Our Old Home 

Outside Glimpses of English Poverty (Our Old Hmne) 

Oxford, Near {Our Old Home) 

Pansie (Dolliver Romance) 

Papers of an Old Dartmoor Prisoner 

The Paradise of Children (Wonder-Book) 

Passages from a Relinquished Work (Mosses) 

At Home 

A FKght in the Fog 

A Fellow Traveller 

The Village Theatre 
Passages from the American Note-Books 
Passages from the English Note-Books 
Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books 
Pepperell, Sir William (Biographical Sketches, from Fanshawe) 
Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure (Twice-Told Tales) 
Peter Parley *s Universal History 

Phips, Sir William (Biographical Sketches, from Fanshawe) 
Pierce, Franklin, Life of 
Pilgrimage to Old Boston (Our Old Home) 
Pine-Tree Shillings (Grandfather's Chair) 
The Pomegranate Seeds (Tanglewood Tales) 
Preface to Delia Bacon 
Preservation of the Dead 

A Prize from the Sea, same as Sir William Phips (Fanshawe) 
The Procession of Life (Mosses) 
Prophetic Pictures (Twice-Told Tales) 
Province House, Legends of the (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Provincial Muster (Famous Old People) 
P's Correspondence (Mosses) 
The Pygmies (Tanglewood Tales) 
Rappaccini's Daughter (Mosses) 

Recollections of a Gifted Woman, Delia Bacon (Our Old Home) 
Red Cross (Grandfather's Chair) 
The Rejected Blessing (Fammis Old People) 
A Rill from the Town Pump (Twice-Told Tales) 



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Rochester (Sketches from Memory, Series 2, from DoUiver 

Romance) 
Roger Malvin's Burial (Mosses) 
The Scarlet Letter 
A Select Party (Mosses) 
Septimius Felton 

The Seven Vagabonds (Twice-Told Tales) 
Shadow Brook (Wonder-Book) 
The Shaker Bridal (Twice-Told Tales) 
Sights from a Steeple (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Sister Years (Twice-Told Tales) 
Sketches from Memory, Series 1 (Mosses) 

The Notch of the White Mountains 

Our Evening Party among the Mountains 

The Canal Boat 
Sketches from Memory, Series 2 (DoUiver Romance) 

The Inland Port 

Rochester 

An Afternoon Scene 

A Night Scene 
Snow Flakes (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales 
Some of the Haunts of Burns (Our Old Home) 
The Star of Calvary 
Story Teller, No. 1, Passages from a Relinquished Work 

(Mosses) 
Story-Teller, No. 2, Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe (Twice- 
Told Tales) 
Sunday at Home (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Sunken Treasure (Grandfather's Chair) 
Sylph Etherege (Snow-Image) 
Tales of the White Hills 

The Great Stone Face 

The Great Carbuncle 

The Ambitious Guest 

The Gray Champion 



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The Maypole of Merry Mount 

Endicott and the Red Cross 

Roger Malvin's Burial 
Tanglewood Fireside (Wonder-BooJc) 
Tanglewood Playroom (Wonder-Book) 
Tanglewood Porch (Wonder-Book) 
Tanglewood Tales 

The Three Golden Apples (Wonder-Book) 
The Threefold Destiny {Twice-Told Tales) 
Timers Portraiture (Dolliver Romance) 
The ToU-Gatherer's Day (Twice-Told Tales) 
The Tory's Farewell (Liberty Tree) 
Transformation, same as The Marble Faun 
True Stories from History and Biography 

Grandfather's Chair 

Famous Old People 

Liberty Tree 

Biographical Stories 
Twice-Told Tales 

Two Widows, same as The Wives of the Dead (Snow-Image) 
The Unpardonable Sin, same as Ethan Brand (Snow-Image) 
Up the Thames (Our Old Home) 
Uttoxeter (Our Old Home) 
The Village Theatre (Passages from a Relinquished Work, from 



The Village Uncle, same as The Mermaid (Twice-Told Tales) 

A Virtuoso's Collection (Mosses) 

The Vision of the Fountain (Twice-Told Tales) 

A Visit to the Celestial City, same as The Celestial Railroad 

(Mosses) 
A Visit to the Clerk of the Weather 
Wakefield (Twice-Told Tales) 
Walking on the Sea 
The Wayside (Tanglewood Tales) 
The Wedding Knell (Twice-Told Tales) 
West, Benjamin (Biographical Stories, from True Stories) 



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The White Old Maid, same as The Old Maid in a Winding 

Sheet 
The Whole History of Grandfather's Chair {Twice-Told Tales) 
The Wives of the Dead, same as The Two Widows {Snow- 
Image) 
A Wander-Booh for Girls and Boys 
Writings of Aubepine 

Rappicdni's Daughter (Mosses) 
Young Goodman Brown {Mosses) 
The Young Provincial 



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INDEX TO AUTHORS AND MAGAZINES 
CITED 

Abbott, A. W. Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter. 

In North American Review, July, 1850, v. 71, pp. 135-148. 
Academy, January 17, 1880, v. 17, pp. 40-41. 

Saintsbury, George. [Review of Henry James's Hawthorne.] 
Academy, November 29, 1884, v. 26, pp. 350-352. 

Purcell, E. [Review of Julian Hawthorne's Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne and his Wife.] 
Academy, December 6, 1884, v. 26, p. 376. 

Robinson, Charles J. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Ancestry. 
Academy, October 4, 1890, v. 38, pp. 285-286. 

Lewin, Walter. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Adams, Charles Francis. Hawthorne. 

In Harvard Magazine, July, 1855, v. 1, p. 330-335. 
Adams, Charles Francis. Hawthorne's Place in Literature. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, 1905, pp. 

42-76. 
Albee, John. Hawthorne. 

In Unitarian Review, May, 1885, v. 23, pp. 419-431. 
Alcott, Amos Bronson. Hawthorne. 

In his Concord Days, 1872, pp. 193-197. 
Alden, WiUiam Livingston. Scenes from the Marble Faun. 

In Scribner's Monthly, September, 1871, v. 2, pp. 493-494. 
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey Editor. Good Stories, v. 1. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure. 
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey Editor. Good Stories, v. 3. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Christmas Banquet. 
Allibone, Samuel Austin. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Dictionary of Authors, 1859, v. 1, pp. 804-806. 
American, January 27, 1883, v. 5, pp. 250-251. 

Thayer, W. R. Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 



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American, March 31, 1883, v. 5, pp. 393-394. 

Thayer, W. R. Works of Hawthorne. 
American Classics for Schools. 
96 pp. illus. S. Boston, HougM(m, Mifflin & Co., 1882. 
Contents 
Nathaniel Hawthorne 
Little Daffydowndilly 
Little Annie's Ramble 
Benjamin West 
Sir Isaac Newton 
The Golden Touch 
The Wives of the Dead 
Passages from Note-Books 
American Cyclopedia, 1874, v. 8, pp. 535-537. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, 3 v. Boston, 1836. 

Numbers 7-12 of volume 2, March-August 1836, were edited anony- 
mously by Hawthorne, who, with his sister, wrote or revised almost the 
entire contents. 

American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, March, 1836, v. 2, 

pp. 270-272. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Ontario Steamboat. 
American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, April, 1836, Vc 2, 

pp. 314-315. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Preservation of the Dead. 
American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, April, 1836, v. 2, 

pp. 317-319. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Boston Tea Party. 
American Magazine of Useful Ejiowledge, April, 1836, v. 2, 

pp. 339-340. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. April Fools. 
American Magazine of Useful Elnowledge, May, 1836, v. 2, p. 385. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Nature of Sleep. 
American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, May, 1836, v. 2, 

p. 387. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Bells. 



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American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, May, 1836, v. 2, pp. 

395-397. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Duston Family. 
American Monthly Magazine, February, 1836, new series, v. 1, 

pp. 138-142. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Old Ticonderoga, a Picture of the Past. 
American Monthly Magazine, May, 1836, new series, v. 1, pp. 

483-487. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] A Visit to the Clerk of the Weather. 
American Monthly Magazine, October, 1836, new series, v. 2, pp. 

405-407. 

[Benjamin, Park.] A Review of the Token for 1836. 

Contains 8 lines laudatory of Hawthorne's Tales in that vol- 
ume. 
American Monthly Magazine, July, 1837, new series, v. 4, pp. 45- 

56. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Fragments from the Journal of a Soli- 
tary Man. 
American Monthly Magazine, January, 1838, new series, v. 5, pp. 

30-41. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Thomas Green Fessenden. 
American Monthly Magazine, March, 1838, new series, v. 5, pp. 

228-235. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Three-Fold Destiny, a Faery 

Legend, by Ashley AUen Royce. 
American Monthly Magazine, March, 1838, new series, v. 5, pp. 

281-283. 

[Hoffman, Charles F. Review of Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales. 

Boston, 1837.] 
American Notes and Queries, August 4, 1888, v. 1, pp. 157-159. 

" Wakefield " [Source of the story]. 
American Notes and Queries, September 22, 1888, v. 1, p. 241. 

The original of "The Minister's Black Veil." 
American Notes and Queries, February 9, 1889, v. 2, pp. 169-172. 

Havrthome's "Rappaccini's Daughter." 
American Prose. See Scudder, Horace Elisha, Editor. 



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American Review, a Whig Journal, September, 1846, v. 4, pp. 

296-313. 

Webber, C. W. Hawthorne. [A review of Twice-Told Tales 

and Mosses.] 
American Whig Review, November, 1852, v. 16, pp. 417-424. 

The BHthedale Romance. 
Am mi don, Philip R. Hawthorne's Last Sketch. [Chiefly about 

War Matters.] 

In New England Magazine, June, 1886, v. 1, pp. 516-526. 
Anderson, John Parker. BibHography of Hawthorne. 

In Conway, M. D., Life of Hawthorne, 1890, appendix, pp. 1-13. 
Andover Review, January, 1887, v. 7, pp. 31-46. 

Starbuck, Charles C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Andover Review, August, 1892, v. 18, pp. 139-147. 

Curtis, Mrs. J. K. The Marble Faun. 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Up the Thames. 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Outside Glimpses of English Poverty. 
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In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 37-45. 
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Lathrop, G. P. Some Portraits of Hawthorne. 
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Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. The Hawthornes in Lenox; told in 

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In Boston Evening Transcript, May 21, 1904, p. 31. 
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Fields, J. T. Hawthorne. 
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Armes, W. D. Hawthorne and the Hawaiian Premier. 
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Cephas G. Thompson and Hawthorne's Note-Books. 
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This centenary number contains ten articles about Hawthorne 

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Curtis, George WilHam. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Homes of American Authors, 1852, pp. 289-313. 

In his literary and Social Essays, 1895, pp. 31-60. 

In Hubbard, Elbert. Little Journeys to the Homes of American 

Authors, 1895, pp. 199-236. 
Curtis, George WiUiam. Editor's Easy Chair. [Miss Landor's 

Bust of Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, May, 1860, v. 20, pp. 845-846. 
Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [Death of Haw- 
thorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, August, 1864, v. 29, p. 405. 
Curtis, George Wilham. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, October, 1864, v. 99, pp. 539-557. 

In Rice, A. T. Editor. Essays from the North American Review, 

1870, pp. 334-357. 

In Curtis, G. W. Literary and Social Essays, 1895, pp. 61- 



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In Harper's Magazine, November, 1880, v. 61, pp. 945-947. 

Curtis, George William. Editor's Easy Chair. [James's Haw- 
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In Harper's Magazine, February, 1881, v. 62, p. 470. 

Curtis, George WiUiam. Editor's Easy Chair. [Authors and Artists 
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In Harper's Magazine, July, 1886, v. 73, pp. 309-311. 

Curtis, George William. Hawthorne and Brook Farm. 
In Curtis, G. W. From the Easy Chair, 1894, Series 3, pp. 1-19. 

Curtis, Mrs. Jessie Kingsley. The Marble Faun. 

In Andover Review, August, 1892, v. 18, pp. 139-147. 

Damrosch, Walter. The Scarlet Letter, Opera in 3 Acts, Op. 1. 
3 + 307 pp. Q. Leipzig, Breitkojf & HaHel, 1896. 

Dana, OHve E. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Memorial Exercise. 
In Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, pp. 276-277. 

Darley, Felix Octavius Carr, Illustrator. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Scarlet Letter. 

Democratic Review, October, 1837, v. 1, pp. 31-35. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Toll-Gatherer's Day, by the au- 
thor of Twice-Told Tales. 

Democratic Review, January, 1838, v. 1, pp. 190-197. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Footprints on the Seashore. 

Democratic Review, February, 1838, v. 1, pp. 355-359. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Snow Flakes. 

Democratic Review, May, 1838, v. 2, pp. 129-140. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Howe's Masquerade. Province House. 

Democratic Review, July, 1838, v. 2, pp. 360-369. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Edward Randolph's Portrait. Province 
House. 

Democratic Review, September, 1838, v. 3, pp. 18-26. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Chippings with a Chisel. 

Democratic Review, September, 1838, v. 3, pp. 67-76. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Political Portraits with Pen and Pen- 
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Democratic Review, December, 1838, v. 3, pp. 321-332. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Lady Eleanore's Mantle. Province 

House. 
Democratic Review, January, 1839, v. 5, pp. 51-59. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Old Esther Dudley, Province House. 
Democratic Review, March, 1840, v. 7, pp. 209-212. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. John Inglefield's Thanksgiving, by 

Rev. A. A. Royce. 
Democratic Review, February, 1843, v. 12, pp. 146-155. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The New Adam and Eve. 
Democratic Review, March, 1843, v. 12, pp. 255-263. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Egotism, or The Bosom Serpent, from the 

unpubhshed "Allegories of the Heart." 
Democratic Review, April, 1843, v. 12, pp. 360-366. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Procession of Life. 
Democratic Review, May, 1843, v. 12, pp. 515-523. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Celestial Railroad. 
Democratic Review, June, 1843, v. 12, pp. 604-608. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Buds and Bird Voices. 
Democratic Review, July, 1843, v. 13, pp. 85-88. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Two Widows. 
Democratic Review, August, 1843, v. 13, pp. 186-196. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Roger Malvin*s Burial. 
Democratic Review, December, 1843, v. 13, pp. 627-630. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Fire Worship. 
Democratic Review, January, 1844, v. 14, pp. 78-87. 

Hawthorae, Nathaniel. The Christmas Banquet, from the un- 
pubhshed Allegories of the Heart. 
Democratic Review, March, 1844, v. 14, pp. 269-275. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Intelligence OflBce. 
Democratic Review, June, 1844, v. 14, pp. 605-617. 

Hawthorae, Nathaniel. The Artist of the Beautiful. 
Democratic Review, July, 1844, v. 15, pp. 33-40. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Select Party. 
Democratic Review, November, 1844, v. 15, pp. 454-461. 

Hawthorae, Nathaniel. A Book of Autographs. 



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Democratic Review, December, 1844, v. 15, pp. 545-560. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Writings of Aubepine. Rappaccini's 

Daughter. 
Democratic Review, April, 1845, v. 16, pp. 337-345. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. P's Correspondence. 
Democratic Review, April, 1845, v. 16, pp. 376-384. 

[Duyckinck, E. A.] Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Democratic Review, January-September, 1846, v. 18, pp. 31-39, 

97-111, 200-212, 360-368, 457-465; v. 19, pp. 141-148, 209- 

217. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel Editor. Papers of an Old Dartmoor 

Prisoner. 
Democratic Review, September, 1852, v. 31, pp. 276-288. 

Hawthorne's Life of Pierce. Perspective. 
Dennett, J. R. Hawthorne's EngUsh Note-Books. 

In the Nation, July 28, 1870, v. 11, pp. 59-61. 
Desmond, Mary E. Associations of Hawthorne [and Salem, Mass.]. 

In Cathohc World, January, 1902, v. 74, pp. 455-465. 
Dhaleine, L. N. Havrthorne, sa Vie et son (Euvre. 

510 pp. O. Paris, Hachette et Cie. 1905. 
Dial, February, 1883, v. 3, pp. 222-224. 

Mason, M. P. Hawthorne Agonistes. [Dr. Grimshawe's Secret.] 
Dial, September 16, 1902, v. 33, p. 155. 

Pickard, S. T. Is "Hawthorne's First Diary " a Forgery ? 
Dial, March 1, 1903, v. 34, p. 147. 

Payne, W. M. [Review of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 
Dial, December 16, 1903, v. 35, pp. 466-467. 

Johnson, W. H. A New Book about Hawthorne. [Hawthorne 

and his Circle.] 
Dicey, Edward. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Macmillan's Magazine, May, 1864, v. 10, pp. 241-246. 
Dollar Magazine, May, 1851, v. 7, pp. 193-201. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Ethan Brand, or. The Unpardonable 

Sin. 
Drake, Samuel Adams. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Our Great Benefactors, 1884, pp. 116-124. 



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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Der Scharlachbuchstabe. 

2 V. O. Leipzig, Kollman. 1851. 

DruguHn, Wilhehn E. Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Das 
Sieben-Giebel-Haus. 

3 parts, O. BibHothek Europaische, series 6, nos. 540-542. 
Drugulin, Wilhelm E. Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Blithe- 
dale. 

2 V. O. Leipzig, Kollman. 1853. 
Dubhn University Magazine, October, 1855, v. 46, pp. 463-469. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
DubUn University Magazine, June, 1860, v. 55, pp. 679-688. 

American Lnaginings. [The Marble Faun.] 
Dutton, S. W. S. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Englander, January, 1847, v. 5, pp. 56-69. 
D[uyckinck], E[vert] A[ugustus]. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Arcturus, May, 1841, v. 1, pp. 330-337. 
[Duyckinck, Evert Augustus.] Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Democratic Review, April, 1845, v. 16, pp. 376-384. 
Duyckinck, Evert Augustus and G. L. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In their Cyclopedia of American Literature, 1875, v. 2, pp. 335- 

367. 
Eclectic Magazine, August, 1853, v. 29, pp. 481-488. 

American Authorship by Sir Nathaniel. No. 3. Nathaniel Haw- 
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Eclectic Magazine, November, 1855, v. 36, pp. 996-1001. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Eclectic Magazine, August, 1871, v. 77, pp. 174-180. 

Browne, Matthew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Eclectic Magazine, July, 1900, v. 135, pp. 28-32. 

Morley, George. Hawthorne's Warwickshire Haunts. 
Edinburgh Review, January, 1891, v. 173, pp. 47-65. 

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Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Elliott, Mrs. Maud Howe. Hawthorne in Italy. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, 1905, pp. 

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In their Gleanings from English Records about New England 

FamiHes, 1880, pp. 53-55. 
Encyclopsedia Britannica, Ninth Edition, 1880, v. 11, pp. 536-538. 

Stoddard, R. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Englisehe Studien, 1884, v. 7, pp. 239-303. 

Schonbach, Anton. Beitrage zur charakteristik Nathaniel 

Hawthorne's. 
Essex Institute. Bulletin, March, 1871, v. 3, pp. 25-29. 

Wheatland, Henry. Ancestry and Birthplace of Hawthorne. 
Essex Institute. Exercises in Commemoration of the Centennial 

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Essex Institute. Proceedings on the one hundredth Anm'versary 

of the Birth of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In its Historical Collections, January, 1905, v. 41, pp. 1-116. 
Essex Institute. The Proceedings in Commemoration of the 

one hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Nathaniel Haw- 
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6+16 pp. 22 portraits, plate, O. Salem Mass. Essex Institute. 

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Etienne, L. Conteurs americains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revue Contemporaine, May 30, 1857, v. 31, pp. 633-663. 
Everett, Edward. The Modern Job. 

In the Token, 1834, pp. 269-319. 
Everett, Edward. My Wife's Novel. 

In the Token, 1832, pp. 281-315. 
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Every Saturday, January 2, 1869, v. 7, pp. 13-18. 

Conway, M. D. Concerning Hawthorne and Brook Farm. 
Every Saturday, January 13, 1872, new series, v. 1, pp. 39-40. 

Lathrop, G. P. Hawthorne's French and Italian Note- 
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Every Saturday, August 17, 1872, new series, v. 2, pp. 179-180. 

Septimius. 
Every Saturday, September 13, 1873, new series, v. 4, pp. 287-289. 

Pollock, Lady, Juliet (Creed). Imaginative Literature of Amer- 
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Examiner, June 18, 1864, pp. 387-388. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Death. 
Examiner, September 3, 1864, p. 569. 

A Selection from Pansie. 
Exercises in Commemoration of the Centenm'al of the Birth of 

Nathaniel Hawthorne by the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., . . . 

Thursday afternoon, July 23, 1904. See Essex Institute. 
Famous Stories, 1878, pp. 99-118. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure. 
Favorite Authors, A Companion Book of Prose and Poetry, 1881, 

pp. 1-20. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Virtuoso's Collection. 
Fields, Mrs. Annie (Adams). Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

15 + 136 pp. portrait, T. Boston, Smally Maynard & Co. 

1889. (Beacon Biographies.) 
Fields, James Thomas. Our Whispering Gallery. [Hawthorne.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, February-May, 1871, v. 27, pp. 246-257, 

380-392, 504-512, 639-653. 
Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. 

In his Yesterdays with Authors, 1875, pp. 39-124. 
Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. 

128 pp. illus. portrait, T. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 1876. 

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Also in Modem Classics, 1881, no. 28. 
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In Modern Classics, 1881, no. 28. 
Fireside Editions of Hawthorne. See pp. 10, 13. 
Fletcher, Jefferson Butler. Nathaniel Hawthorne and Morality. 

In Harvard Monthly, February, 1887, v. 3, pp. 176-181. 
Foley, Patrick Kevin. Bibliography of Hawthorne. 

In his American Authors, 1897, pp. 117-121. 
Forgues, Paul Emile Dourand. Poetes et Romanciers Americains. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revue des Deux Mondes, April 15, 1852, v. 14, pp. 337-365. 
Forgues, Paul Emile Dourand Translator. Hawthorne, Nath- 
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Forgues, Paul Emile Dourand Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

La Maison aux Sept Pignons. Paris, 1865. 
Fortnightly Review, October, 1886, v. 46, pp. 511-522. 

Courtney, W. L. Hawthorne's Romances. 
Fortnightly Review, August, 1904, v. 82, pp. 260-269. 

Gribble, Francis. The Hawthorne Centenary. 
Forum, January, 1903, v. 34, pp. 393-397. 

Mather, F. J., Jr. [Review of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 
Four Track News, July, 1904, v. 7, pp. 45-47. 

Lee, James M. The Haunts of Hawthorne. 
Eraser's Magazine, August, 1864, v. 70, pp. 250-252. 

The Transcendentalists of Concord. 
Fuller, Frederick T. Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller Ossoli. 

In Literary World, January 10, 1885, v. 16, pp. 11-15. 
Galaxy, December, 1868, v. 6, pp. 742-748. 

Benson, Eugene. Poe and Hawthorne. 
Gale, Mrs. Martha Tyler. The Marble Faun, An Allegory, with a 

Key to its Interpretation. 

In New Englander, October, 1861, v. 19, pp. 860-870. 

In New Englander, January, 1892, v. 56, pp. 26-36. 
Garland, August 1825, v. 1, p. 44. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Ocean. 
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Gentleman's Magazine, April, 1900, v. 288, pp. 408-413. 

Moriey, George. Hawthorne's Warwicksliire Haunts. 
Gilder, Richard Watson. Hawthorne in Berkshire. [Poem.] 

In Century, December, 1897, v. 33, p. 303. 
Giles, Henry. The Scariet Letter. 

In his Illustrations of Genius, 1854, pp. 66-90. 
Globe Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 10. 
Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book, Julj, 1844, v. 29, pp. 13- 

17. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Drowne's Wooden Image. 
Good Stories, 1867, part 1, pp. 61-82. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure. 
Good Stories, 1868, part 3, pp. 99-118. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Christmas Banquet. 
Good Words, 1871, pp. 25-31, 129-156, 205-212. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. First Impressions of France and Italy. 
Good Words, October, 1887, v. 28, pp. 664-671. 

Underwood, F. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Graham's Magazine, April-May, 1842, v. 20, pp. 254, 298-300. 

[Poe, E. A. Two reviews of Twice-Told Tales.] 
Graham's Magazine, May, 1844, v. 25, pp. 193-200. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Earth's Holocaust. 
Graham's Magazine, September, 1853, v. 43, pp. 333-335. 

Review of Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales, 1853. 
Great Thoughts, January, 1902, Series 4, v. 9, p. 153. 

Preston, Margaret J. Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Poem.] 
G[reenslet, F[erris]. Woodberry's Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1902, v. 90, pp. 563-567. 
Gribble, Francis. Hawthorne from an English Point of View. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 60-66. 
Gribble, Francis. The Hawthorne Centenary. 

In Fortnightly Review, August, 1904, v. 82, pp. 260-269. 
GriflSn, Gilderay Wells. [Review of the Scarlet Letter.] 

In his Studies in Literature, 1871, pp. 219-224. 
Griswold, Mrs. Hattie Tyng. Hawthorne. 

In her Home Life of Great Authors, 1887, pp. 207-219. 



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Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Prose Writers of America, 1847, pp. 470-482. 
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In International Magazine, May, 1851, v. 3, pp. 156-160. 
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, Editor. Scenes in the Life of the 

Saviour. 

Hawthorne, [Nathaniel]. Walking on the Sea, pp. 95-96. 
The Star of Calvary, pp. 164-167. 
GroHer Club. First Editions of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne 
. . . exhibited . . . 1904. 

7+69 pp. D. New York, Grolier Club. 1904. 
Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josepha. [Notice of Fanshawe.] 

In Ladies' Magazine, November, 1828 [v. 1], pp. 526-527. 
Hall, Robert C. Portraits of Hawthorne. 

In Athenaeum, June 18, 1887, p. 799. 
Hannigan, D. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Place in Literature. 

In Literature, October 26, 1901, v. 9, pp. 387-388. 

In Littell's Living Age, December 14, 1901, v. 231, pp. 720- 

724. 

Harper's Magazine, May, 1853, v. 6, pp. 849-850. 

Mitchell, D. G. Editor's Easy Chair. [Hawthorne as Consul.] 
Harper's Magazine, April, 1857, v. 14, pp. 639-641. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Uttoxeter. 
Harper's Magazine, May, 1860, v. 20, pp. 845-846. 

Curtis, G. W. ijditor's Easy Chair. [Miss Landor's Bust of Haw- 
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Harper's Magazine, August, 1864, v. 29, p. 405. 

Curtis, G. W. Editor's Easy Chair. [Death of Hawthorne.] 
Harper's Magazine, October, 1872, v. 45, pp. 683-696. 

Stoddard, R. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Harper's Magazine, November, 1880, v. 61, pp. 945-947. 

Curtis, G. W. Editor's Easy Chair. [James's Hawthorne.] 
Harper's Magazine, February, 1881, v. 62, p. 470. 

Curtis, G. W. Editor's Easy Chair. [James's Hawthorne.] 
Harper's Magazine, July, 1881, v. 63, pp. 260-267. 

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Harper's Magazine, July, 1886, v. 73, pp. 309-311. 

Curtis, G. W. Editor's Easy Chair. [Authors and Artists and 

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Harper's Magazine, January-March, 1892, v. 84, pp. 257-265, 

359-373, 510-521. 

Bridge, Horatio. Personal Recollections of Nathaniel Haw- 
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Harper's Magazine, February, 1903, v. 106, pp. 428-429. 

Woodberry, G. E. [The Influence of Puritanism on Hawthorne.] 
Harper's Magazine, March, 1904, v. 108, pp. 602-607. 

Hawthorne, Julian. A Group of Hawthorne Letters. 
Harper's Weekly, June 25, 1904, v. 48, pp. 986-987. 

Brown, Edith Baker. The Hawthorne Centenary. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. The Old Manse at Concord. 

In Appleton's Journal, September 14, 1872, v. 8, pp. 300-301. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. A Day at Salem. 

In Appleton's Journal, October 2, 1875, v. 14, pp. 431-432. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. Hawthorne's Homes. 

In New York Evening Post, January 29, 1877. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. The Home of the " Concord Grape." 

In New York Evening Post, July 14, 1879. 
Harris, Amanda Bartlett. Hawthorne. 

In her American Authors for Young Folks, 1887, pp. 87-106. 
Harrison, James Albert. The Rome of the Marble Faun. 

In his A Group of Poets, 1875, pp. 103-131. 
Harvard Monthly, February, 1887, v. 3, pp. 176-181. 

Fletcher, J. B. Nathaniel Hawthorne and Morality. 
Hawthorne, Juhan. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife. 

2 V. portraits, D. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 1885. 
Hawthorne, Julian. The Salem of Hawthorne. 

In Century, May, 1884, v. 6, pp. 3-17. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Scenes of Hawthorne's Romances. 

In Century, July, 1884, v. 6, pp. 380-397. 
Hawthorne, Juhan. The Problems of the Scarlet Letter. 

In Atlantic Monthly, April, 1886, v. 57, pp. 471-485. 
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21+372 pp. illus. O. New York, Harper & Bros. 1903. 
Hawthorne, JuHan. A Group of Hawthorne Letters. 

In Harper's Magazine, March, 1904, v. 108, pp. 602-607. 
Hawthorne, Juhan. Hawthorne's Last Years. 

In Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 67-71. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at The Wayside, 1905, 

pp. 105-118. 
Hawthorne, Mrs. [Sophia (Peabody)]. Notes in England and Italy. 

549 p. D. New York, G. P. Putnam. 1869. 
Hawthorne, Mrs. Sophia (Peabody). Notes in England and Italy. 

549 pp. D. New York, G. P. Putnam. 1869. 

549 pp. portrait, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1891 [c. 

1869]. 
Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at The Wayside, Concord, 

Mass., July 4-7, 1904. 

8 + [1] + 208 pp. portrait, 6 plates, D. Boston, Houghton, 

Mifflin & Co. 1905. 
Hawthorne Family of Salem, Mass. 

Chart 21.5+28 cm. O. N.p. n.d. 
Hazeltine, Mayo Williamson. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Chats about Books, Poets, and NoveUsts, 1883, pp. 260- 

271. 
Hewitt, Rev. A. F. Hawthorne's Attitude toward Catholicism. 

In CathoKc World, October, 1885, v. 42, pp. 21-34. 
Hewitt, Mary EKzabeth Editor. Memorial Written by the Friends 

of the Late Mrs. Osgood, 1851, pp. 41-58. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Snow-Image. 
Hewitt, Mary. A Treasury of New Favorite Tales. [1861.] 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Chimsera. 
Heywood, Joseph Converse. Philosophy of Crime. Hawthorne. 

In his How they Strike Me, these Authors, 1877, pp. 161-182. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. An Evening with Mrs. Haw- 
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In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1871, v. 28, pp. 432-433. 

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[Septimius Felton.] 

In Scribner's Monthly, November, 1872, v. 5, pp. 100-116. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Hawthorne. 

In Literary World, January 18, 1879, v. 10, pp. 25-31. 

In his Short Studies of American Authors, 1880, pp. 2-11. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Hawthorne and his Wife. 

In Atlantic Monthly, February, 1885, v. 55, pp. 259-265. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. A Precursor of Hawthorne. 

In Independent, March 29, 1888, v. 40, pp. 385-386. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. [Address on Hawthorne.] 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at The Wayside, 1905, 

pp. 3-12. 
Hillard, George Stillman. EngUsh Note-Books of Nathaniel Haw- 
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In Atlantic Monthly, September, 1870, v. 26, pp. 257-272. 
Hillard, Katharine. Hawthorne as an Interpreter of New Eng- 
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In New England Magazine, August, 1895, v. 12, pp. 732-736. 
Hodgkins, Louise Manning. Guide to the Study of Nathaniel Haw- 
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In her Guide to the Study of Nineteenth Century Authors, 1890, 

part 2, pp. 15-20. 
[Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Review of Hawthorne's Twice-Told 

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In American Monthly Magazine, March, 1838, new series, v. 5, 

pp. 281-283. 
Holden, George H. Hawthorne among his Friends. 

In Harper's Magazine, July, 1881, v. 63, pp. 260-267. 
Holmes, OUver Wendell. [On Hawthorne's Death.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, July, 1864, v. 14, pp. 98-101. 
Holmes, OHver Wendell. At the Saturday Club. [Poem.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, January, 1884, v. 53, pp. 68-71. 
Contains sixteen Hues on Hawthorne. 
Home Magazine, November, 1890, v. 3, p. 7. 

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Home Magazine, November, 1890, v. 3, pp. 23- 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Sylph Etherege. 
Home Maker, December, 1890, v. 5, pp. 197-201. 

Kincaid, Jean. [The Wayside] Hawthorne's Old Home in Con- 
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Homes of American Authors, 1852, pp. 289-313. 

Cmrtis, G. W. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Hood, Edward P. Editor. [Hawthorne.] 

In his Master Minds of the West, pp. 505-558. 
Horwill, Herbert W. Hawthorne's America Fifty Years After. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 71-73. 
Houghton, Ross C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Methodist Review, May, 1888, v. 48, pp. 409-433. 
Houghton, Walter R. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Kings of Fortune, 1886, pp. 586-598. 
Howe, Mrs. JuUa Ward. Two GHmpses of Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, June 18, 1881, v. 1, pp. 158-159. 
Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward. The World in which Hawthorne Lived. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at The Wayside, 1905, 

pp. 30-40. 
Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe. American Bookmen. 

In Bookman, December, 1897, v. 6, pp. 326-337. 

In his American Bookmen, 1898, pp. 220-221. 
Howells, William Dean. Recent Literature. [Passages from the 

French and Italian Note-Books.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1872, v. 29, pp. 624-626. 
Howells, William Dean. James's Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, February, 1880, v. 45, pp. 282-285. 
Howells, William Dean. [Nathaniel Hawthorne.] 

In his My Literary Passions, 1895, pp. 186-188. 
Howells, William Dean. Hawthorne's Hester Prynne, Hawthorne's 

Zenobia, and Priscilla and Miriam and Hilda. 

In his Heroines of Fiction, 1901, v. 1, pp. 161-189. 
Howells, William Dean. Personality of Hawthorne. [Review of 

Hawthorne and his Circle.] 

In North American Review, December, 1903, v. 177, pp. 872-882. 



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Hubbard, Elbert. Little Journeys to the Homes of American Au- 
thors, 1896, pp. 199-236. 

Curtis, G. W. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Hutton, Richard Holt. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Essays, Theological and Literary, 1871, v. 2, pp. 392-449. 

Li his Essays in Literary Criticism, 1876, pp. 98-155. 

In his Literary Essays, 1888, pp. 437-490. 
Illustrated Library Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 8. 
Independent, March 29, 1888, v. 40, pp. 385-386. 

Higginson, T. W. A Precursor of Hawthorne. 
Independent, September 26, 1889, v. 41, pp. 1237-1238. 

Lang, Andrew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Independent, June 30, 1904, v. 56, pp. 1489-1494. 

More, P. E. Looking Before and After. 
International Magazine, October, 1850, v. 1, pp. 537-543. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Snow-Image. 
International Magazine, May, 1851, v. 3, pp. 156-160. 

Griswold, R. W. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
International Magazine, February-March, 1852, v. 5, pp. 182-186, 

333-337. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Feathertop, a MoraKzed Legend. 
James, Henry. Hawthorne's French and ItaUan Journals. 

In the Nation, March 14, 1872, v. 14, pp. 172-173. 
James, Henry. Hawthorne. 

183 pp. D. London, MacmUlan & Co. 1879. (Enghsh Men of 

Letters.) 
James, Henry. Hawthorne. 

177 pp. D. New York, Harper & Bros. 1880. (Enghsh Men of 

Letters.) 
James, Henry. Hawthorne. 

New York, Harper & Bros. 1887. (Handy Series, No. 133.) 
James, Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature, 1897, v. 12 

or 18, pp. 7053-7061. 
James, Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Warner Classics, 1899, v. 2, pp. 11-32. 



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[Japp, Alexander Hay.] Hawthorne in Undress, by H. A. P. 

In the Argosy, February, 1872, v. 13, pp. 109-115. 
[Japp, Alexander Hay.] Memoir of Nathaniel Hawthorne, with 

Stories now First PubHshed in this Country, by H. A. Page. 

301 pp. D. London, H. S. King, 1872. 
Jepson, George Edwin. Hawthorne in the Boston Custom House. 

In Bookman, August, 1904, v. 19, pp. 573-580. 
Johnson, Charles Frederick. Hawthorne. 

In his Three EngHshmen and Three Americans, 1886, pp. 132- 

173. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1874, v. 1, pp. 

1-29. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Ethan Brand. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1874, v. 2, pp. 

134-146. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wakefield. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1874, v. 4, pp. 

99-107. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. David Swan. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1875, v. 8, pp. 

207-231. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Birthmark. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1875, v. 12, pp. 

204-215. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Three-Fold Destiny. 
Johnson, Edwin Rossiter Editor. Little Classics, 1880, v. 14, pp. 

112-123. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Buds and Bird Voices. 
Johnson, L. Hawthorne. [Poem.] 

In Littell's Living Age, July 2, 1904, v. 242, p. 64. 
Johnson, W. H. [Review of Woodberry's Hawthorne.] 

In the Critic, December, 1902, v. 41, pp. 509-511. 
Johnson, W. H. A New Book about Hawthorne. [Hawthorne and 
his Circle.] 

In the Dial, December 16, 1903, v. 35, pp. 466-467. 
JoUne, Adrian Hoffman. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 



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In his Meditations of an Autograph Collector, 1902, pp. 39-41, 

158. 
Jones, Gardner Maynard. Nathaniel Hawthorne; A List of 

Hawthorne's Writings, and of Books and Magazine Articles 

about Hawthorne. 

In Salem Public Library. Bulletin, October, 1891, v. 1, pp. 40- 

48; September, 1899, v. 5, pp. 20-24; June, 1904, v. 7, pp. 55-56. 
Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, p. 275. 

Longfellow, H. W. Hawthorne. 
Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, pp. 276-277. 

Dana, O. E. Nathaniel Hawthorne; Memorial Exercise. 
Journal of Education, August 14, 1890, v. 32, pp. 101-102. 

Clark, Sylvia. Hens in the House of the Seven Gables. 
Keepsake, 1857. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Uttoxeter. 
Kendal, Charles. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Sharpe's London Magazine, 1865, new series, v. 26, pp. 

29-33. 
Kennedy, WiUiam Sloane. The Seclusion and Isolation of Haw- 
thorne. 

In the Calif omian, August, 1881, v. 4, pp. 124-126. 
Keyes, John S. Reminiscences. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at The Wayside, 1905, 

pp. 139-146. 
Kincaid, Jean. [The Wayside] Hawthorne's Old Home in Con- 
cord, Mass. 

In Home Maker, December, 1890, v. 5, pp. 197-201. 
Kingston, William Henry. My First Cruise, 1866. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Chimsera. 
Knickerbocker Magazine, January, 1837, v. 9, pp. 27-33. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Fountain of Youth. 
Knickerbocker Magazine, March, 1837, v. 9, pp. 219-223. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Bell's Biography, by the author of 

Twice-Told Tales. 
Knickerbocker Magazine, September, 1837, v. 10, pp. 195-199. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Edward Fane's Rosebud. 



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Ladies' Magazine, November, 1828 [v. 1], pp. 526-527. 

Hale, Mrs. Sarah J. [Notice of Fanshawe.] 
Lamp, March, 1904, v. 28, pp. 102-107. 

Symons, Arthur. Estimate of Hawthorne. 
Lang, Andrew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Independent, September 26, 1889, v. 41, pp. 1237-1238. 

In his Adventures among Books, 1905, pp, 211-223. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Hawthorne's French and Italian Note- 
Books. 

In St. Paul's Magazine, December, 1871, v. 9, pp. 311-313. 

In Every Saturday, January 13, 1872, new series, v. 1, pp. 39-40. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. History of Hawthorne's Last Romance. 

[Septimius Felton.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, October, 1872, v. 30, pp. 452-460. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Poe, Irving, and Hawthorne. 

In Scribner's Monthly, April, 1876, v. 11, pp. 799-806. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. A Study of Hawthorne. 

350 pp. S. Boston, James R. Osgood & Co. 1876. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Hawthorne's Home and Study. 

In Our Continent, March 15, 1882, v. 1, p. 76. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. The Hawthorne Manuscripts. 

In Atlantic Monthly, March, 1883, v. 51, pp. 363-375. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Nathaniel Hawthorne's College Days. 

In Parton, James Editor. Some Noted Princes, Authors, etc., 

1885, pp. 312-318. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Some Portraits of Hawthorne. 

In Century, April, 1887, v. 11, pp. 895-899. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. [Review of] Hawthorne's First Diary. 

In Book Buyer, February, 1898, v. 16, pp. 59-61. 
Lathrop, George Parsons. Some Forgotten Hawthorne Verses. 

In New York Times Saturday Review, March 12, 1898, pp. 

161-162. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. The Hawthomes in Lenox, Told in 

Letters by Nathaniel and Mrs. Hawthorne. 

In Century, November, 1904, v. 27, pp. 86-98. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Some Memories of Hawthorne. 



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In Atlantic Monthly, February-April, 1896, v. 77, pp. 173-186, 

373-387, 492-507. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Memories of Hawthorne. 

12+482 pp. portrait, O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

1897. 
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Hawthorne with his Children. [Read- 
ings from her Memories of Hawthorne.] 

In Littell's Living Age, April 10, 1897, v. 213, pp. 144-147. 
Latimer, George D. Tales of Poe and Hawthorne. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1904, v. 30, pp. 672-703. 
Lawton, WiUiam Cranston. "The Scarlet Letter" and its Succes- 
sors. 

In New England Magazine, August, 1898, v. 18, pp. 697-700. 
Lawton, WiUiam Cranston. Hawthorne. 

In his New England Poets, 1898, pp. 48-104. 
Lee, James Melvin. The Haunts of Hawthorne. 

In Four Track News, July, 1904, v. 7, pp. 45-47. 
[Leggett, WiUiam. Review of Fanshawe.] 

In the Critic, November 22, 1828, v. 1, pp. 53-55. 
Lenox Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 17. 
Lewin, Walter. Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Review of Conway's Life 

of Hawthorne.] 

In Academy, October 4, 1890, v. 38, pp. 285-286. 
Lewin, Walter. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In [London] Bookman, July, 1904, v. 26, pp. 121-128. 
Libby, DorviUe. The Supernatural in Hawthorne. 

In Overland Monthly, February, 1869, v. 2, pp. 138-143. 
Library Magazine, January, 1885, new series, v. 5, pp. 75-78. 

Stoddard, R. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
lilUput Classics, 1890. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tales of the White HiUs. 
Link, Samuel Albert. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

56 pp. New York, C. J. Bell. 1902. (Biographies of Great 

American Authors, no. 4.) 
lippincott's Magazine, May, 1870, v. 5, pp. 498-507. 

Tuckerman, H. T. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 



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Lippincott's Magazine, April, 1871, v. 7, p. 452. 

Hawthorne's "First Impressions of France and Italy." 
Lippincott's Magazine, May, 1872, v. 9, pp. 605-607. 

[French and Italian Note-Books.] 
Lippincott's Magazine, September, 1872, v. 10, p. 367. 

[Notice of Septimius Felton.] 
Lippincott's Magazine, September, 1876, v. 18, pp. 387-392. 

[Lathrop's Study of Hawthorne.] 
Lippincott's Magazine, March, 1880, v. 25, pp. 389-391. 

[James's Hawthorne.] 
Lippincott's Magazine, February, 1889, v. 43, pp. 250-259. 

Stoddard, R. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Lippincott's Magazine, January-April, 1890, v. 45, pp. 66-76, 224- 

235, 412-425, 548-561. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Elixir of Life, edited by JuHan Haw- 
thorne. 
Literature, October 26, 1901, v. 9, pp. 387-388. 

Hannigan, D. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Place in Literature, A 

"Personal View." 
Literary Masterpieces. 

433 p. D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. [1904]. 

Contents ' 

Biography of Hawthorne, pp. 79-83. 
The Great Stone Face, pp. 84-109. 
My Visit to Niagara, pp. 109-118. 
Literary World, April 17, 1847, v. 1, pp. 247-248. 

[Review of] J. G. Whittier's Supernaturalism of New Eng- 
land. 
Literary World, March 30, 1850, v. 6, pp. 323-325. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Review of The Scarlet Letter.] 
Literary World, August 17, 1850, v. 7, pp. 125-127, August 24, 

1850, V. 7, pp. 145-147. 

Hawthorne and his Mosses, by a Virginian spending July in 

Vermont. 
Literary World, March 29, 1851, v. 8, pp. 249-250. 

The Founder of The House of the Seven Gables. 



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Literary World, April 26, 1851, v. 8, pp. 334-336. 

The House of the Seven Gables. 
Literary Worid, November 29, 1851, v. 9, pp. 424-425. 

Hawthorne's Wonder-Book for Boys and Girls. 
Literary World, January 10, 1852, v. 10, pp. 22-27. 

New Tales by Hawthorne. [Snow-Lnage, and other Twice-Told 

Tales.] Signed J. H. 
Literary World, June 5, 1852, v. 10, pp. 391-392. 

Hawthorne. [The BKthedale Romance.] 
Literary World, July 24, 1852, v. 11, pp. 52-54. 

Hawthorne's BHthedale Romance. 
Literary World, September 25, 1852, v. 11, pp. 195-196. 

Hawthorne's Life of Franklin Pierce. 
Literary World, November 27, 1852, v. 11, p. 341. 

Homes of American Authors. [A review of the Article on Haw- 
thorne.] 
Literary World, September 10, 1853, v. 13, pp. 99-101. 

Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales. 
Literary World, January 18, 1879, v. 10, pp. 25-31. 

Higginson, T. W. Hawthorne. 
Literary Worid, March 27, 1880, v. 11, p. 108. 

Preston, M. J. Aloofness, a Sonnet. 
Literary World, January 13, 1883, v. 14, pp. 3-4. 

Hawthorne's Posthumous Romance, [Dr. Grimshawe's Secret.] 
Literary Worid, December 27, 1884, v. 15, pp. 478-479. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife. 
Literary Worid, January 10, 1885, v. 16, p. 10. 

Hawthorne-Fuller Case. 
Literary World, January 10, 1885, v. 16, pp. 11-15. 

Fuller, F. T. Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller Ossoli. 
Literature, October 26, 1901, v. 9, pp. 387-388. 

Hannigan, D. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Place in Literature, 
Littell's Living Age, May 4, 1850, v. 25, pp. 203-207. 

[On The Scarlet Letter.] 
Littell's Living Age, April 3, 1852, v. 33, pp. 17-19. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 



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littell's Living Age, August 14, 1852, v. 34, pp. 327-332. 

Blithedale Romance. 
Littell's Living Age, July 16, 1853, v. 38, pp. 154-160. 

American Authorship by Sir Nathaniel. No. 3, Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne. 
Littell's Living Age, January 7, 1854, v. 40, pp. 52-59. 

American Novels. 
Littell's Living Age, June 16, 1855, v. 45, pp. 649-652. 

Modern NoveHsts Great and Small. 
Littell's Living Age, May 12, 1860, v. 65, pp. 323-325. 

Transformation. 
Littell's Living Age, June 23, 1860, v. 65, pp. 707-723. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, September 22, 1860, v. 66, pp. 740-747. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Celestial Railroad. 
Littell's Living Age, January 26, 1861, v. 68, pp. 217-232. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, November 7, 1863, v. 79, pp. 243-250. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne on England and the EngHsh. 

Chiefly Extracts from Our Old Home. 
Littell's Living Age, November 21, 1863, v. 79, pp. 339-340. 

A Handful of Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, November 21, 1863, v. 79, pp. 344-347. 

Mr Hawthorne on England. 
Littell's Living Age, January 2, 1864, v. 80, pp. 15-16. 

Hawthorne on England. 
Littell's Living Age, February 20, 1864, v. 80, pp. 339-353. 

New Englanders and the Old Home. 
Litt^l's Living Age, April 16, 1864, v. 81, pp. 99-114. 

Mr. Hawthorne on England and the English. 
Littell's Living Age, June 11, 1864, v. 81, pp. 518-524. 

Tuckerman, H. T. Nathaniel Havrthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, July 30, 1864, v. 82, pp. 219-222. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, July 30, 1864, v. 82, p. 222. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Death. 



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Littell's Living Age, October 15, 1864, v. 83, pp. 104-105. 

The Transcendentalists of Concord. 
litteU's Living Age, October 22, 1864, v. 83, pp. 147-149. 

Mr. Hawthorne's Last Fragment. [Pansie.] 
Littell's Living Age, October 10, 1868, v. 99, pp. 67-86. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, October 31, 1868, v. 99, pp. 292-295. 

Hawthorne. [Review of Article in North British Review, Sep- 
tember, 1868, V. 49, pp. 173-208.] 
Littell's Living Age, January 2, 1869, v. 100, pp. 62-64. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Private Diary. 
Littell's Living Age, January 23, 1869, v. 100, pp. 251-253. 

Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, February 27, 1869, v. 100, pp. 544-546. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Note-Books, 
littell's Living Age, October 1, 1870, v. 107, pp. 52-54. 

Passages from the EngKsh Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, June 17, 1871, v. 109, pp. 707-713. 

Browne, Matthew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, January 25, 1873, v. 116, pp. 195-207. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Littell's Living Age, April 10, 1897, v. 213, pp. 144-147. 

Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne. Hawthorne with his Children. [Read- 
ings from her Memories of Hawthorne.] 
Littell's Living Age, February 10, 1900, v. 224, pp. 345-349. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Ghost of Doctor Harris. 
Littell's Living Age, May 12, 1900, v. 225, pp. 379-383. 

Morley, George. Hawthorne's Warwickshire Haunts. 
Littell's Living Age, December 14, 1901, v. 231, pp. 720-724. 

Hannigan, D. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Place in Literature. 
Littell's Living Age, July 2, 1904, v. 242, p. 64. 

Johnson, L. Hawthorne. [Poem.] 
Littell's Living Age, August 6, 1904, v. 242, pp. 348-353. 

Coleridge, M. E. Questionable Shapes of Hawthorne. 
Little Classics. See Johnson, Edwin Rossiter, Editor. 
Little Classic Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 3. 



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Little, George T. Hawthorne's " Fanshawe" and Bowdoin's Past. 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, pp. 179-186. 
Livingston, L. S. The First Books of Some American Authors. 

Hawthorne. 

In Bookman, September, 1898, v. 8, pp. 38-40. 
Logan, Mrs. John A. Hawthorne's Home. 

In the Home Magazine, November, 1890, v. 3, p. 7. 
London Quarterly Review, October, 1871, v. 37, pp. 48-78. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Life and Writings. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales. 

In North American Review, July, 1837, v. 45, pp. 59-73. 

In his Prose Works, Riverside Edition, 1886, v. 1, pp. 360-367. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Concord. A Poem on Haw- 
thorne's Funeral. 

In Atlantic Monthly, August, 1864, v. 14, pp. 169-170. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Hawthorne. [Poem.] 

In his Poems of Places, 1878, v. 26, p. 169-171. 

In Journal of Education, May 3, 1888, v. 27, p. 275. 

In Stedman & Hutchinson, Library of American Literature, 

1888, V. 6, pp. 315-316. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Editor. Poems of Places, 1878, 

V. 26. 

Bates, C. F. At Hawthorne's Grave, p. 171. 

Mason, F. D. Hawthorne's Grave, p. 172. 
[Loring, George B. Review of The Scarlet Letter.] 

In Massachusetts Quarterly, September, 1850, v. 3, pp. 484- 

500. 
Lowell, James Russell. Fable for Critics, 1848, pp. 45-46. 

Gives his early opinion of Hawthorne. 
Lowell, James Russell. [Review of Marble Faun.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, April, 1860, v. 5, pp. 509-510. 
Lowell, James Russell. Agassiz. 

In his Heartsease and Rue, 1888. 

Lines 258-271 contain his later opinion of Hawthorne. 
Mabie, Hamilton Wright. The Work of Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, July, 1904, v. 179, pp. 13-23. 



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Mabie, Hamilton Wright. Hawthorne in the New World. 

In his Backgrounds of Literature, 1904, pp. 305-328. 
MacCabe, James Dabney, Jr. Hawthorne. 

In his Great Fortunes and how they were Made, 1871, pp. 578- 

589. 
Macmillan's Magazine, May, 1864, v. 10, pp. 241-246. 

Dicey, Edward. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Magazine of American History, March, 1890, v. 23, pp. 237- 

240. 

Woods, K. T. Hawthorne's First Printed Article. 
Mallary, Raymond DeWitt. With Hawthorne in Lenox. 

In his Lenox and the Berkshire Highlands, 1902, pp. 136-160. 
Manning, EHzabeth. The Boyhood of Hawthorne. 

In Wide Awake, November, 1891, v. 33, pp. 500-518. 
Marble, Annie Eussell. Gloom and Character in Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 28-36. 
Marggraff, Clara Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Miriam. 

Leipzig, 1862. 
Markwick, Edward. Hawthorne and his Wife. 

In Temple Bar, December, 1885, v. 75, pp. 523-538. 
Mason, Edward Tuckerman Editor. Humorous Masterpieces, 

1886, V. 1, pp. 25-43. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Dr. Heidegger's Experiment. 
Mason, Edward Tuckerman Editor. Humorous Masterpieces, 

1886, V. 1, pp. 43-47. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. British Matron. [Selection from Our Old 

Home.] 
Mason, Frank Dexter. Hawthorne's Grave. [Poem.] 

In Longfellow, H. W., Poems of Places, 1878, v. 26, p. 172. 
Mason, Miriam P. Hawthorne Agonistes. [Dr. Grimshawe's Secret.] 

In Dial, February, 1883, v. 3, pp. 222-224. 
Massachusetts Quarterly, September, 1850, v. 3, pp. 484-500. 

[Loring, G. B. Review of The Scarlet Letter.] 
Masson, Paul Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. La Fiancee du 

Shaker. 

In Revue Bleue, November 16, 1889. 



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Masterpieces of American Literature. 

8+462 pp. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1891. 

Contents. , 
Biographical Sketch, pp. 87-91. 
The Great Stone Face, pp. 92-117. 
My Visit to Niagara, pp. 117-126. 
Mather, Frank Jewett, Jr. [Review of Woodbeny's Hawthorne.] 

In the Forum, January, 1903, v. 34, pp. 393-397. 
Matthews, Brander. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In St. Nicholas, March, 1895, v. 22, pp. 384-391. 
Matthews, Brander. Hawthorne. 

In his Introduction to the Study of American Literature, 1896, 

pp. 110-123. 
Mayo, Amory Dwight. The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In UniversaUst Quarterly, July, 1851, v. 8, pp. 272-293. 
Methodist Quarterly Review, January, 1866, v. 48, pp. 51-64. 

Barnes, W. H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Methodist Review, May, 1888, v. 48, pp. 409-433. 

Houghton, R. C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Mitchell, Donald Grant. Editor's Easy Chair. [Hawthorne as 

Consul.] 

In Harper's Magazine, May, 1853, v. 6, pp. 849-850.- 
Mitchell, Donald Grant. Hawthorne. 

In his American Lands and Letters, 1899, v. 1, pp. 202-271. 
Mitford, Mary Russell. American Prose Writers, Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne. 

In her Recollections of a Literary Life, 1852, pp. 515-531. 
Modern Classics, No. 28. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1881. 

Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne, 128 pp. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tales of the White Hills, 96 pp. 
Legends of New England, 104 pp. 
Modem Classics, No. 29. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1882. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

A Virtuoso's Collection, pp. 7-42. 



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The Celestial Railroad, pp. 43-78. 
A Select Party, pp. 79-198. 
Legends of the Province House, 111 pp. 
Montegut, Emile. Un Roman SociaHste en Amerique. [Blithedale 

Romance.] 

In Revue des Deux Mondes, December 1, 1852, v. 16, pp. 809-841. 
Montegut, Emile. Un Romancier Pessimiste en Amerique. Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 

In Revue des Deux Mondes, August 1, 1860, v. 28, pp. 668-703. 
Montegut, Emile. Contes Etranges Imites d'Hawthorne, par 

E. A. Spoil, Precedes d'une Etude par E. Montegut. Clichy. 1866. 
More, Paul Elmer. The Solitude of Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, November, 1901, v. 88, pp. 588-599. 

In his Shelbume Essays, 1904, Series 1, pp. 22-50. 
More, Paul Elmer. Looking Before and After. 

In Independent, June 30, 1904, v. 5Q, pp. 1489-1494. 
More, Paul Elmer. The Origins of Hawthorne and Poe. 

In his Shelburne Essays, 1904, Series 1, pp. 51-70. 
Morley, George. In the Footsteps of Hawthorne, A Rural Sketch. 

In his Sketches of Leafy Warwickshire, 1895, pp. 97-102. 
Morley, George. Hawthorne's Warwickshire Haunts. 

In Gentleman's Magazine, April, 1900, v. 288, pp. 408-413. 

In Littell's Living Age, May 12, 1900, v. 225, pp. 379-383. 

In Eclectic Magazine, July, 1900, v. 135, pp. 28-32. 
Morse, James Herbert. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In the Critic, February 17, 1883, v. 3, pp. 65-66. 
Morse, James Herbert. Nathaniel Hawthorne Again. [Dr. Grim- 

shawe's Secret.] 

In Century, June, 1883, v. 4, pp. 309-311. 
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Woodberry, G. E. Hawthorne in his own Family. 
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Woodberry, G. E. Hawthorne and Everett. 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
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New England Magazine, November, 1834, v. 7, pp. 352-358. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Story Teller, no. 1. 
New England Magazine, December, 1834, v. 7, pp. 449-459. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Story Teller, no. 2, Mr. Higgin- 

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Gray Champion, by the author of 

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New England Magazine, February-March, May, 1835, v. 8, pp. 

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Old News. 
New England Magazine, February, 1835, v. 8, pp. 91-96. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. My Visit to Niagara, by the author of 

The Gray Champion. 
New England Magazine, April, 1835, v. 8, pp. 249-260. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Young Goodman Brown, by the au- 
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New England Magazine, May, 1835, v. 8, pp. 341-347. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wakefield, by the author of The Gray 

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New England Magazine, Ji^ne, 1835, v. 8, pp. 425-431. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Ambitious Guest, by the author 

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New England Magazine, June, 1835, v. 8, pp. 438-444. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Graves and Goblins. 
New England Magazine, June, 1835, v. 8, pp. 473-478. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Rill from the Town Pump. 
New England Magazine, July, 1835, v. 9, pp. 8-16. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet. 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Vision of the Fountain, by the 

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Nevins, Winfield S. The Homes and Haunts of Hawthorne. 
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Hillard, Katharine. Hawthorne as an Interpreter of New Eng- 
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Cooke, G. W. Brook Farm. 
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Cooke, G. W. Concord History and Life. 
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The BUthedale Romance. 
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Hawthorne's Enghsh Sketches. 
North American Review, October, 1864, v. 99, pp. 539-557. 

Curtis, G. W. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
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Hawthorne's American Note-Books. 
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In North American Review, January, 1853, v. 76, pp. 227- 

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Main Street. 
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In the Western, June, 1875, new series, v. 1, pp. 352-359. 
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In Century, October, 1891, v. 20, p. 847. 
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In Dial, September 16, 1902, v. 33, p. 155. 
Picturesque Pocket Companion and Visitor's Guide through 

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Lily's Quest. 
Pioneer, February, 1843, pp. 49-55. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Hall of Fantasy. 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Birth-Mark. 
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In Graham's Magazine, April-May, 1842, v. 20, pp. 254, 298-300. 

In his Complete Works, Edited by J. A. Harrison, 1902, v. 11, 

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In Contemporary Review, August, 1873, v. 22, pp. 358-363. 

In Every Saturday, September 13, 1873, new series, v. 4, 

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Preston, Mrs. Margaret (Junkin). Aloofness, a Sonnet. 

In Literary Worid, March 27, 1880, v. 11, p. 108. 

In the Critic, July 10, 1886, v. 9, p. 18. 

In Great Thoughts, January, 1902, Series 4, v. 9, p. 153, 
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Salt, H. S. Romances of Hawthorne. 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
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In Citizen, October, 1897, v. 3, pp. 182-183. 
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Nathaniel Hawthorne on England and the EngKsh. [Our Old 

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American Views of the English Character. 
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In Western, May-June, 1879, new series, v. 5, pp. 265- 

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Review of Reviews, August, 1904, v. 30, pp. 232-233. 

Hawthorne a Century after his Birth. 
Revue Bleue, November 16, 1889, v. 44, pp. 627-630. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. La Fiancee du Shaker; traduit par 

Paul Masson. 
Revue Contemporaine, May 30, 1857, v. 31, pp. 633-663. 

Etienne, L. Conteurs americains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Revue Contemporaine, March 15, March 30, April 15, April 30, 

1865, V. 79, pp. 138-181, 277-317, 333-576, 783-702. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Miriam, traduit par A. Vermovel. 
Revue des Deux Mondes, April 15, 1852, v. 14, pp. 337-365. 

Forgues, P. E. D. Poetes et Romanciers americains. Nathaniel 

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Review, 1870, pp. 334-357. 

Curtis, G. W. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Richardson, Charles Francis. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his American Literature, 1889, v. 2, pp. 330-389. 

In Stedman & Hutchinson, Library of American Literature, 

1890, V. 11, pp. 54-60. 
Riverside Aldine Classics, 1900. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Legends of the Province House, 145 pp. 
Riverside Aldine Series, 1889, no. 13. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Gray Champion, and Other Stories. 
Riverside Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 11. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1886, nos. 7, 8, 9. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Grandfather's Chair. True Stories from 

New England. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1886, no. 10. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Biographical Stories. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1886, nos. 17, 18. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1886-1887, nos. 22-23. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tanglewood Tales. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1887, no. 29. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Little Daffydowndilly, and Other Sto- 
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Riverside Literature Series, 1887, extra no. B. 

Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Twenty American 

Authors. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1889, no. 40. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tales of the White Hills, and Sketches. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1894, no. 69. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Old Manse, and a Few Mosses. 
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Riverside Literature Series, 1896, no. 91. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The House of the Seven Gables. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1899, no. 138. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Custom House, and Main 

Street. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1900, no. 145. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Gentle Boy, and other Stories. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1901, no. 147 extra, 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Selected Twice-Told Tales. 
Riverside Literature Series, 1901, no. 148. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Marble Faun. 
Riverside Literature Series, extra no. A. 

Roe, A. S. American Authors and their Birthdays. 
Riverside Literature Series, extra no. N. 

Selections from the Writings of Eleven American Authors. 
Riverside Literature Series, extra no. R. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Twice-Told Tales, Selected. 
Riverside Paper Series of Novels and Stories, no. 2. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Scarlet Letter. 
Riverside Paper Series of Novels and Stories, no. 50. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The House of the Seven Gables. 
Riverside Paper Series of Novels and Stories, extra no. B. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Mosses from an Old Manse. 
Riverside School Library, 1896. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

Grandfather's Chair, and Biographical Stories. 
The House of the Seven Gables. 
A Wonder-Book and Tanglewood Tales. 
Robbius, AHce Marion. Hawthorne's Historic Background. 

In Vassar Miscellany, June, 1892, v. 21, pp. 456-459. 
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In New Englander, May, 1860, v. 18, pp. 441-452. 
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In CathoKc Presbyterian, July-August, 1881, v. 6, pp. 33-'42, 

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Roe, Alfred Seelye. Hawthorne's Birthday. 

In his American Authors and their Birthdays, 1888, pp. 35-42, 

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Russell, Percy. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his A Guide to British and American Novels, 1894, pp. 281- 

282. 
St. Nicholas, December, 1880, v. 8, pp. 140-143. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. David Swan, a Fantasy. 
St. Nicholas, March, 1895, v. 22, pp. 384-391. 

Matthews, Brander. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
St. Paul's Magazine, May, 1871, v. 8, pp. 150-161. 

Browne, Matthew. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
St. Paul's Magazine, December, 1871, v. 9, pp. 311-313. 

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In Academy, January 17, 1880, v. 17, pp. 40-41. 
Salem Advertiser, 1847. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Notice of Longfellow's Evangeline. 
Salem Gazette, August 26, 1825. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Ocean [signed C. W.]. 
Salem Gazette, November 12, 1830. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Hollow of the Three Hills. 
Salem Gazette, November 23, 1830. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Sir William Phips. 
Salem Gazette, December 7, 1830. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Mrs. Hutchinson. 
Salem Gazette, December 21, 1830. 

Hawthorne, National. An Old Woman's Tale. 
Salem Gazette, January 11, 1831. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Dr. Bullivant. 
Salem Gazette, March 14, 1837. 

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Salem Gazette, March 21, 1837. | 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Vision of the Fountain. 1 

Salem Gazette. March, 1837. \ 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Fountain of Youth. 
Salem Gazette, August 18, 1837. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. David Swan. 
Salem Gazette, November 14, 1837. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Endicott and the Red Cross. 
Salem Gazette, January 2, 1838. j 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Time's Portraiture. ] 

Salem Gazette, January 9, 1838. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Edward Fane's Rosebud. ! 

Salem Gazette, August 28, 1838. \ 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Edward Randolph's Portrait. ' 

Salem Gazette, October 5, 1838. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Chippings with a Chisel. 
Salem Gazette, December 18, 1838. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tales of the Province House, No. HI. 

Lady Eleanore's Mantle. 
Salem Gazette, January 22, 1839. ; 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Night Sketches Under an Umbrella. 
Salem Gazette, March 12, 1839. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Lily's Quest. 
Salem Gazette, April 16, 1839. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wives of the Dead. 
Salem Gazette, April 30, 1839. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Toll-Gatherer's Day. 
Salem PubHc Library, Bulletin, October, 1891, v. 1, pp. 46-48; 

September, 1899, v. 5, pp. 20-24; June, 1904, v. 7, pp. 55-56. 

Jones, G. M. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Salt, Harris Shirley. Romances of Hawthorne. 

In Progress, September, 1887, pp. 262-269. 

In his Literary Sketches, 1888, pp. 189-207. 
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In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, 1905, pp. 

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Sargent's New Monthly Magazine, January, 1843, v. 1, pp. 21-24. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Old Apple Dealer. 
Sargent's New Monthly Magazine, February, 1843, v. 1, pp. 80-86. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Antique Ring. 
Saturday Review, March 17, 1860, v. 9, pp. 341-342. 

Transformation. [A review.] 
Saturday Review, December 5, 1868, v. 26, pp. 752-753. 

The Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Saturday Review, July 20, 1872, v. 34, pp. 89-90. 

Septimius. 
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Saturday Review, January 6, 1883, v. 55, pp. 25-26. 

Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 
Saturday Review, December 13, 1884, v. 58, pp. 759-760. 

Review of Hawthorne and his Wife by Juhan Hawthorne. 
Schonbach, Anton. Beitrage zur Charakteristik Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne's. 

In Englische Studien, 1884, v. 7, pp. 239-303. 
Schonbach, Anton. Beitrage zur Charakteristik Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne's. 

65 pp. O. Altenburg, Stephan Geibel & Co. 1884. 

Also in his Gesammelte Aufsatze zur neueren Litteratur in 

Deutschland, Oesterreich, Amerika, 1900, pp. 270-347. 
School Journal, March 17, 1888, v. 35, pp. 172-173. 

Reception Day. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Memorial Days. 
S[chuyler], E[ugene]. The Italy of Hawthorne. 

In the Nation, July 11, 18, 1889, v. 49, pp. 31-32, 48-49. 

In his Itahan Influences, 1901, pp. 308-332. 
Scribner's Monthly, July, 1871, v. 2, pp. 318-319. 

Topics of the Time. Rather a Slim Religion. 
Scribner's Monthly, September, 1871, v. 2, pp. 493-494. 

Alden, W. L. Scenes from the Marble Faun. 



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Scribner*s Monthly, October, 1871, v. 2, p. 669. 

Culture and Progress at Home. Hawthorne. 
Scribner's Monthly, November, 1872, v. 5, pp. 100-116. 

Higginson, T. W. Havrthome's Last Bequest. [Septimius Fel- 

ton.] 
Scribner's Monthly, April, 1876, v. 11, pp. 799-806. 

Lathrop, G. P. Poe, Irving, and Hawthorne. 
Scribner's Monthly, October, 1876, v. 12, p. 903. 

The Old Cabinet. Hawthorne. 
Scudder, Horace Elisha Editor. American Prose. 

414 pp. O. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1880. 

Contents. 
The Snow-Image. 
The Great Stone Face. 
Browne's Wooden Image. 
Howe's Masquerade. 
[Scudder, Horace EHsha. On the Illustrating of the Marble Faun 

and Our Old Home.] 

In Atlantic Monthly, January 1891, v. 67, pp. 122-123. 
Selby, Thomas Gunn. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Theology of Modern Fiction, 1896, pp. 66-87. 
Sewall, John S. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Englander, May, 1885, v. 44, pp. 403-423. 
Sharpe's London Magazine, 1865, new series, v. 26, pp. 29-33. 

Kendal, Charles. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Shepard, William. See Walsh, WiUiam Shepard. 
Shipman, Carolyn. Illustrated Editions of " The Scarlet Letter." 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 46-51. 
Short Stories. New York, Collier & Son. 1903. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 
The Gray Champion. 
Howe's Masquerade. 
Smiles, Samuel. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Brief Biographies, 1860, pp. 257-269. 
Smith, Alexander. A Shelf in my Book-Case. 

In his Dreamthorp, 1864, pp. 191-213. 



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Smith, George Barnett. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In New Quarterly Magazine, 1875, pp. 274-303.' 

In his Poets and NoveHsts, 1875, pp. 151-206. 
Smith, James Edgar. The Scarlet Stigma. A drama. 

88 pp. T. Washington, James J. Chapman. 1899. 
Smyth, Albert H. Critical Studies in American Literature. 

II. A novel. " The Marble Faun," Hawthorne. 

In Chautauquan, February, 1900, v. 30, pp. 522-5m. 
Smyth, Albert H. Critical Studies in American Literature. 

IV. A Ghost Story. "The Great Stone Face." 

In Chautauquan, April, 1900, v. 31, pp. 75-79. 
Snow, Florence L. An Inner View of Hawthorne. 

In Commonwealth [Denver], October-November, 1890. 
Southern Literary Messenger, June, 1851, v. 17, pp. 344-349. 

Tuckerman, H. T. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Southern Review, April, 1870, v. 7, pp. 328-354. 

Writings of Hawthorne. 
Southern Rose, January 19, 1839. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Lily's Quest. 
Spectator, October 3, 1863, v. 36, pp. 2578-2580. 

Mr. Hawthorne on England. [Our Old Home.] 
Spectator, June 18, 1864, v. 37, pp. 705-706. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Spectator, September 17, 1864, v. 37, pp. 1075-1076. 

Mr. Hawthorne's Last Fragment. [Pansie.] 
Spectator, January 2, 1869, v. 42, pp. 14-15. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's Note-Books. 
Spectator, December 30, 1882, v. 55, pp. 1686-1687. 

Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 
Spectator, October 25, 1890, v. 65, pp. 563-564. 

A Sketch of Hawthorne. [By Moncure D. Conway.] 
Spoil, E. A. Translator. Hawthorne Nathaniel. Contes 

Etranges. 
Standard Library Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 15, 
Starbuck, Charles C. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Andover Review, January, 1887, v. 7, pp. 31-46. 



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Stearns, Frank Preston. Hawthorne. 

In his Sketches from Concord, 1895, pp. 29-68. 
Stearns, Frank Preston. Hawthorne and Transcendentalism. 

In Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, 1905, pp. 

150-158. 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence. Hawthorne. 

In his Hawthorne and Other Poems, 1877, pp. 11-25. 

In his Poetical Works, 1884, pp. 391-398. 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, and Hutchinson, Ellen. Library of 

American Literature, 1888, v. 6, pp. 177-188. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Young Goodman Brown. 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, and Hutchinson, Ellen. Library of 

American Literature, 1888, v. 6, pp. 315-316. 

Longfellow, H. W. Hawthorne. [A poem.] 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, and Hutchinson, Ellen. Library of 

American Literature, 1890, v. 11, pp. 54-60. 

Richardson, C. F. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Stephen, LesHe. Hours in a Library. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Cornhill Magazine, December, 1872, v. 26, pp. 717-734. 

In his Hours in a Library, 1874, pp. 256-298. 

In his Hours in a Library, 1875, pp. 204-237. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Library Magazine, January, 1885, new series, v. 5, pp. 75-78. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Harper's Magazine, October, 1872, v. 45, pp. 683-696. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

InEncyclopsediaBritannica, edition 9, 1880, v. 11, pp. 536-538. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. The Hawthornes. 

In the Critic, December 13, 1884, v. 5, pp. 277-278. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Lippincott's Magazine, February, 1889, v. 43, pp. 250-259. 
Stoddard, Richard Henry. My Acquaintance with Hawthorne. 

In his Recollections, Personal and Literary, 1903, pp. 116-133. 
Symonds, Joseph White. Nathaniel Hawthorne, an Oration de- 
livered before the Alumni of Bowdoin College, July 10, 1878. 

40 pp. O. Portland, 1878. 



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Symonds, Joseph White. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Bowdoin Quill, June, 1904, v. 8, pp. 169-177. 
Symons, Arthur. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Studies in Prose and Verse, 1904, pp. 5^-Q^. 
Symons, Arthur. Estimate of Hawthorne. 

In Lamp, March, 1904, v. 28, pp. 102-107. 
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, January, 1855, v. 26, pp. 36-41. 

Reading Raids. I. American Literature. Poe, Hawthorne. 
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, December, 1856, v. 27, pp. 756- 

757. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Tales of Humor, 1840. (Economical Library, v. 2.) 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A Rill from the Town Pump, pp. 81-88. 
Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe, pp. 164-179. 
Taylor, Bayard. Hawthorne. 

In his Critical Essays and Literary Notes, 1880, v. 1, pp. 354-357. 
Temple Bar, December, 1885, v. 75, pp. 523-538. 

Markwick, Edward. Hawthorne and his Wife. 
Thayer, WilKam Roscoe. Dr. Grimshawe's Secret. 

In American, January 27, 1883, v. 5, pp. 250-251. 
Thayer, WiUiam Roscoe. The Works of Hawthorne. 

In American, March 31, 1883, v. 5, pp. 393-394. 
Thomas, Edith Matilda. The Eyes of Hawthorne. [Poem.] 

Century, July, 1904, v. 46, pp. 350-351. 
Thompson, Maurice. Studies of Prominent NoveUsts. No. 5. Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne. 

In Book News, February, 1888, v. 6, pp. 261-262. 
Ticknor, Howard Malcom. Hawthorne as Seen by his Publishers. 

In the Critic, July, 1904, v. 45, pp. 51-55. 
To-Day: A Boston Literary Journal, September 18, 1852, v. 2, pp. 

177-181. 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Token, 1828, pp. 78-83. 

The Adventures of a Raindrop. 
Token, 1830, pp. 127-145. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] The Young Provincial. 



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Token, 1831, pp. 41-51. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Sights from a Steeple. 
Token, 1831, pp, 57-82. 

The Fated Family. 
Token, 1831, pp. 117-176. 

The Haunted Quack, pp. 117-137. 

The New England Village, pp. 155-176. 
Token, 1832, pp. 74-82. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Wives of the Dead. 
Token, 1832, pp. 89-115. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. My Kinsman, Major MoHneux, by the 

author of Sights from a Steeple. 
Token, 1832, pp. 161-188. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Roger Malvin's Burial. 
Token, 1832, pp. 193-240. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] The Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1832, pp. 281-315. 

My Wife's Novel. 
Token, 1833, pp. 49-71. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Seven Vagabonds, by the author of 

The Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1833, pp. 74-89. 

The Bald Eagle. 
Token, 1833, pp. 124-134. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Sir William Pepperell, by the author of 

Sights from a Steeple. Signed H . . . 
Token, 1833, pp. 153-166. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] The Canterbury Pilgrims. 
Token, 1834, pp. 269-319. 

The Modem Job, or, The Philosopher's Stone. 
Token, 1835, pp. 76-82. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Haunted Mind. 
Token, 1835, pp. 84-101. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. AKce Doane's Appeal, by the author 

of The Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1835, pp. 106-121. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Mermaid. 



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Token, 1836, pp. 113-124. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Wedding Knell, by the author 

of Sights from a Steeple. 
Token, 1836, pp. 283-297. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Maypole of Merry Mount, by the 

author of The Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1836, pp. 302-320. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Minister's Black Veil, a Parable, 

by the author of Sights from a Steeple. 
Token, 1837, pp. 49-64. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Monsieur du Miroir, by the author of 

Sights from a Steeple. 
Token, 1837, pp. 66-75. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Mrs. Bullfrog, by the author of The 

Wives of the Dead. 
Token, 1837, pp. 88-96. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Sunday at Home, by the author of The 

Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1837, pp. 119-128. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Man of Adamant, an Apologue, 

by the author of The Gentle Boy. 
Token, 1837, pp. 147-154. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] David Swan, a Fanta^. 
Token, 1837, pp. 156-175. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Great Carbuncle, a Mystery of 

the White Mountains, by the author of The Wedding Knell. 
Token, 1837, pp. 177-184. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Fancy's Show Box, a Morality. 
Token, 1837, pp. 289-307. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] The Prophetic Pictures. 
Token, 1838, pp. 22-32. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Sylph Etherege. 
Token, 1838, pp. 37-65. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure, by the 

author of Twice-Told Tales. 
Token, 1838, pp. 69-78. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Endicott and the Red Cross. 

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Token, 1838, pp. 81-89. 

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel.] Night Sketches Beneath an Umbrella. 
Token, 1838, pp. 117-125. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The Shaker Bridal, by the author of 

Twice-Told Tales. 

There are various spurious editions of the Token, undated 

and pubhshed in different places, which contain more or less 

garbled reprints of Hawthorne. For a partial list of them, see 

New York PubKc Library, Bulletin, July, 1904, v. 8, pp. 312- 

322. 
Torrey, Bradford. Writers that are Quotable. 

In Atlantic Monthly, March, 1899, v. 83, pp. 407-411. 
Trent, William Peterfield. [Various references to Hawthorne.] 

In his History of American Literature, 1903. 
Trollope, Anthony. The Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In North American Review, September, 1879, v. 129, pp. 203- 

233. 
Tuckerman, Henry Theodore. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Southern Literary Messenger, Jime, 1851, v. 17, pp. 344-349. 

In his Mental Portraits, 1853, pp. 250-270. 

In Littell's Living Age, June 11, 1864, v. 81, pp. 518-524. 
Tuckerman, Henry Theodore. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In lippincott's Magazine, May, 1870, v. 5, pp. 498-507. 
Underwood, Francis H. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Good Words, October, 1887, v. 28, pp. 664-671. 
Unitarian Review, May, 1885, v. 23, pp. 419-431. 

Albee, John. Hawthorne. 
Universalist Quarterly, July, 1851, v. 8, pp. 272-293. 

Mayo, A. D. The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Vassar Miscellany, June, 1892, v. 21, pp. 456-459. 

Robbins, A. M. Hawthorne's Historic Background. 
Vermovel, A. Translator. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Miriam. 

In Revue Contemporaine, March 15, March 30, April 15, April 

30, 1865, V. 79, pp. 138-181, 277-317, 333-576. 673-702. 
Vest Pocket Series. 

No. 1. Tales of the White Hills, 1877. 



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No. 2. Legends of New England, 1877. 
Nos. 1-2 were bound together in Modern Classics, No. 28, 
with Fields 's Hawthorne. 

No. 3. Legends of the Province House, 1877. 

No. 4. A Virtuoso's Collection, 1877. 
Nos. 3-4 were bound together in Modern Classics, No. 29. 
[Wakeman, S. H. Editor?^ Twenty Days with Julian and Little 

Bunny. . . . 

85 pp. O. New York, Privately 'printed. 1904. 
Walsh, William Shepard. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his Pen Pictures of Modern Authors, 1882, v. 3, pp. 150- 

160. 
[Ware, Henry.] Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In Appleton's Journal, October 1, 1870, v. 4, pp. 405-408. 
Warner Classics, 1899, v. 2, pp. 11-32. 

James, Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature, 1897, v. 12 or 18, 

pp. 7053-7096. 

James, Henry. Nathaniel Hawthorne, pp. 7053-7061. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Selections, pp. 7061-7096. 
Wayside Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 13. 
Wayside, New, Edition of Hawthorne. See p. 16. 
Weal Reaf, September 4-8, 1860, pp. 14-16, 24. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Letter from Hawthorne [dated] The 

Wayside, August 28, 1860 [describing Browne's Folly near Sa- 
lem]. 
Webber, Charles WiUdns. Hawthorne. [Review of Twice-Told 

Tales and Mosses.] 

In American Review, September, 1846, v. 4, pp. 296-313. 
Welsh, Alfred Hix. Hawthorne. 

In his Development of EngHsh Literature and Language, 1882, 

V. 2, pp. 502-518. 
Wendell, Barrett. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In his A Literary History of America, 1900, pp. 425-435. 
Western, June, 1875, new series, v. 1, pp. 352-359. 

Peabody, E. P. The Two Hawthomes. [Nathaniel and Julian.] 



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Western, May-June, 1879, new series, v. 5, pp. 265-273. 

Reed, Hope. The Marble Faun. 
Western Monthly, January, 1869, v. 1, pp. 30-34. 

Collyer, Robert. Hawthorne. [Review of Note-Books, Boston, 

1868.] 
Westminster Review, October, 1852, v. 58, pp. 592-598. 

Contemporary Literature of America. [The Blithedale Ro- 
mance.] 
Westminster Review, April, 1860, v. 73, pp. 624-627. 

Belles Lettres. [The Romance of Monte-Beni.] 
Westminster Review, August, 1894, v. 142, pp. 203-214. 

Bradford, Thomas. The Romances of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
Wheatland, Henry. Ancestry and Birthplace of Hawthorne. 

In Essex Institute. Bulletin, March, 1871, v. 3, pp. 25-29. 
Whibley, Charles. Centenaries of Hawthorne and George Sand. 

In Blackwood's Magazine, August, 1904, v. 176, pp. 255-262. 
Whipple, Edwin Percy. The Ludicrous Side of Life. 

In his Lectures on Subjects Connected with Literature and Life, 

1853, pp. 122-155. 
Whipple, Edwin Percy. Nath^el Hawthorne. 

In Atlantic Monthly, May, 1860, v. 5, pp. 614-622. 

In his Character and Characteristic Men, 1886, pp. 218-242. 
Whittier, John Greenleaf. Child Life in Prose, 1872, pp. 13-21. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Little Annie's Ramble. j 

Wide Awake, November, 1891, v. 33, pp. 500-518. 

Manning, EKzabeth. The Boyhood of Hawthorne. 
Williams Quarterly, March, 1865, v. 12, pp. 160-163. 

Hawthorne's Works. 
WiUiamson, G. M. BibKography of the Writings of Hawthorne. 

In Book Buyer, October-November, 1897, v. 15, pp. 218-220, 

326-327. 
Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. Hawthorne's Salem Haimts. { 

In Munsey, December, 1898, v. 20, pp. 370-378. ' 

Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. The Salem of Hawthorne. i 

In Criterion, July, 1904, v. 27, pp. 5-7. j 

In his New England in Letters, 1904, pp. 59-84. 



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Wise, Daniel. Nathaniel Hawthorne, the Popular Author. 

In his Men of Renown, 1886, pp. 94-118. 
Wolfe, Theodore FreKnghuysen. Hawthorne's Wayside Home; In 

Berkshire with Hawthorne 

In his Literary Shrines, 1895, pp. 58-67, 153-198. 
Woodberry, George Edward. Hawthorne in his own Family. 

In the Nation, December 18, 1884, v. 39, pp. 525-526. 
Woodberry, George Edward. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

302 pp. portrait, D. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1902. 

(American Men of Letters.) 
Woodberry, George Edward. Hawthorne and Everett. 

In the Nation, October 9, 1902, v. 75, p. 283. 
Woodberry, George Edward. [The Influence of Puritanism on 

Hawthorne.] 

In Harper's Magazine, February, 1903, v. 106, pp. 428-429. 
Woods, Kate Tannatt. Hawthorne's First Printed Article. 

In Magazine of American History, March, 1890, v. 23, pp. 237- 

240. 
Wright, Henrietta Christian. Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

In her Children's Stories in American Literature, 1895, Series 1, 

pp. 108-122. 
Yale Literary Magazine, November, 1888, v. 54, pp. 72-73. 

Buchanan, T. W. Hawthorne. [A poem.] 
Youth's Keepsake, 1835, pp. 146-159. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Little Annie's Ramble, by the author 

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